From The Korea Times:
Can G-Dragon (GD) rock the global music scene as Psy did with “Gangnam Style” last year?
The leader of five-member boy band Big Bang is undoubtedly a K-pop juggernaut adored by hundreds of thousands of fans in Korea and many other Asian countries. Nonetheless his presence in the two trendsetting markets — the United States and Europe — is still meager and fragile. Continue reading
The music video of G-DRAGON’s new song ‘COUP D’ETAT’ is attracting much attention not only for its music but also for the mural that belongs to a famous American contemporary artist.
The two murals that are centered in the frame of G-DRAGON’s ‘COUP D’ETAT’, which brings in vividly colorful and symbolic objects, belong to an American contemporary artist Harif Guzman. Continue reading
G-DRAGON’s ‘CROOKED’ performance equipped with giant LED and helicam
G-DRAGON is scheduled to deliver a dynamic surprise to the fans with a performance that is going to be as big as that of an award-ceremony. Continue reading
From The New York Times:
In the video for “Crooked,” the K-pop star G-Dragon — effortlessly lissome, his hair Warhol-white — does a lot of running, some staggering, some mean-mugging, some dancing and a little aggressive flirting.
But mostly he changes clothes. He cycles through at least two-dozen outfits: a tight cotton-candy-blue double-breasted suit; a drapey leopard-print top; a distressed black motorcycle jacket; a huge black fur coat with a face dyed on the back; a tattered white punk T-shirt with tight chain-festooned jeans straight from Trash and Vaudeville.
The song? The song is fine. Continue reading
K-pop icon G-Dragon has swept trophies from local TV music shows over the weekend.
G-Dragon has collected two trophies last week on Mnet’s “M! CountDown” and SBS’s “Inkigayo,” both of which are the only two shows which announced its No. 1 singers. Continue reading