Big Bang releases “Monster” MV!
As a special gift for fans, Big Bang has released their special edition album ‘Still Alive‘ for digital download along with the music video for “Monster“.
“Monster” is a song that is described as being more fierce and powerful than any other Big Bang song released to date. Additionally, there was a big budget for the music video and the quality is on par with many Hollywood productions.
Although fans won’t be able to enjoy Big Bang performing “Monster” in Korea, you can check out their awesome music video below!
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