Christmas Came Early This Year As Stray Kids Drop Official Music Video For “Christmas EveL”
Stray Kids has finally dropped their “Christmas EveL” single just in time for the holidays! The boys described the holiday track as a way to say “thank you” to STAYs (official fandom name) for another great year.
Stray Kids also included three other tracks to complete the holiday single album Christmas EveL(pronounced like “Christmas Evil”) on November 29th at 6PM KST.
Almost immediately upon release, the album topped several charts. Debuting at number two on the worldwide iTunes album chart and ranking first on the iTunes album charts in 26 countries like Mexico, Chile, Hong Kong, and Argentina.
Christmas EveL also entered the top 3 spots in US iTunes on the same day it was released! Those are some impressive numbers for the 8-member group from JYP Entertainment and we’re sure STAYs are so proud of them!
All four tracks on the album were co-produced by 3RACHA, a rapper subunit comprised of Bangchan, Changbin, and Han.
“Christmas EveL”‘s Official M/V is giving Back To The Future meets Scooby Doo meets The Santa Clause (the best combination in our book).
The boys reluctantly step in to help Santa deliver presents when he falls sick and have a chaotic time doing so with the hip-hop/pop melody.
STAYs get some colorful visuals as the boys get into the holiday spirit. And we’re sure they were imagining themselves delivering presents to STAYs while filming the M/V!
stays after christmas eveL mv pic.twitter.com/y47lbVY2MI
— ً xy. (@98LEENAUR) November 29, 2021
With over 5.4 million views (and counting!) we think the M/V is a hit with STAYs everywhere.
Take a look at their full M/V down below.
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