Stray Kids and Charlie Puth are confirmed to release a collab song

The next K-pop artist to collaborate with Charlie Puth is none other than JYP Entertainment’s boy group Stray Kids. 

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At midnight of April 17, Stray Kids revealed that they are releasing a new track next month. Aside from this exciting news, they also revealed that the track will feature none other than the Hollywood singer Charlie Puth who’s known for his hit tracks “We Don’t Talk Anymore,” “Light Switch,” “Left and Right,” and more. 

Stray Kids and Charlie Puth will collaborate for the digital song titled “Lose My Breath.” 

“Lose My Breath” will be available to the public starting on May 10 at 1 PM KST. 

This track will first be released before the rumored comeback of Stray Kids. 

This is not the first time that Charlie Puth will be working with a K-Pop star. In 2022, the Hollywood singer also worked with top K-pop star BTS Jungkook for the song “Left and Right” which became a hit worldwide.

Last month, Stray Kids met with their fans in Seoul through their fan meeting titled “SKZ's Magic School.” The K-pop boy group performed and interacted with their fans from March 29-31. They also met their Japanese fans this month and even performed the theme song of the show Re: Revenge – Yokubo no Hate. 

Stray Kids is also set to perform in London in July. They will also join the Lollapalooza in Chicago in August. 

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There were previous reports that Stray Kids is currently in the preparation stages for their comeback which is scheduled in June. Their agency JYP Entertainment did not give their official response about the comeback reports. Aside from their comeback, Stray Kids will also reportedly embark on their third world tour this year.

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