Stray Kids Seungmin iTunes

Looks like the Stray Kids members are gradually getting more solo opportunities from individual photoshoots in GQ for Felix to Hyunjin being selected as Studio Choom’s ‘Artist of the Month’. As for the vocalist of the group, Seungmin’s very first solo music release happens to be an OST (Original Soundtrack). The K-pop idol has lent his voice for ‘Here Always,’ the seventh OST for the ongoing K-Drama ‘Hometown Cha Cha Cha’. 

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Stays went all out to hype Seungmin’s first solo OST. ‘Here Always’ entered several reputable charts like Genie, topped Genius and iTunes. It also made waves in India. Indian Stays helped the ‘Hometown Cha Cha Cha’ OST chart at #1 on iTunes India. It was also #1 on iTunes in 33 countries like Argentina, Thailand, and Russia (at the time of writing). It has become the third JYPE song to get the most #1s on iTunes following Stray Kids’ Thunderous and ‘Going Dumb.’ Seungmin is also the JYPE soloist with the most #1s on iTunes.

Here Always

Hometown Cha Cha Cha’ is one of the most popular K-Dramas at the moment starring everyone’s favorite dimple couple Shin Min-a and Kim Seon-ho. It roped in several talented artists like Kim Jaehwan and Sandeul for its OST album. Seungmin’s OST ‘Here Always’ is a blend of the usual K-Drama romantic ballads and lo-fi pop. It chronicles the love of the main couple as they finally confess their feelings for each other after a slow burn. It makes use of a clean acoustic arrangement that lets the Stray Kids’ member shine with his timbered vocals.

Seungmin is booked and busy with several solo projects now that the promotions for Stray Kids’ ‘NOEASY’ and ‘Scars’ are over. Along with the OST, he is also the special DJ for DAY6’s Kiss the Radio’ now that Young K is in the military. He also had photoshoots with his group for the cover of the Japanese magazine S Cawaii and Singles Korea.


Have you heard the OST by  Stray Kids’ Seungmin yet? Do you like the K-Drama ‘Hometown Cha Cha Cha’? Let us know in the comments below.
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