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Stray Kids’ “Double Knot” Japanese ver. tops LINE MUSIC Top 100 rankings

The boys double their fans’ anticipation with Japanese versions of their hit songs.

With their first ever Japanese album edging closer to its official release, Stray Kids continues to build their name in Japan with them topping LINE MUSIC Daily Song Top 100 Rankings on Tuesday, February 18th.

Double Knot (Japanese version) surpassed other Japanese artists when it jumped up the first spot.

Stray Kids previously held their Japanese showcase Hi-Stay on December 3rd last year, which also featured their hit song My Pace in Japanese.

The group would be releasing their Japanese debut album “SKZ2020” on March this year. -HallyuLife.com

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