BIG BANG G-Dragon Has the Biggest Sponsor? Yang Hyun-suk Reveals Photos Of Singer's New MV On His Instagram
There are just a few days left until BIG BANG leader G-Dragon unleashes his comeback solo album “Kwon Ji Yong,” which is reportedly his most personal album to date. And it seems that the talented singer, songwriter, and rapper is being supported all the way by YG Entertainment boss Yang Hyun Suk himself.
On Yang Hyun Suk’s Instagram, he initially teased two of the biggest solo comebacks to be released by YG Entertainment this year which belongs to BIG BANG’s G-Dragon and Taeyang. In his caption, he said that the two artists, whom he considers as part of his family because of the 17 years they spent together under the label will be releasing their solo albums very soon.
Shortly after the post, Yang Hyun Suk posted the teaser for G-Dragon’s comeback album, which is entitled “Kwon Ji Yong.” Kwon Ji Yong is G-Dragon’s real name and it is believed that the self-titled album will be a very personal take on his journey as a person and as a musician. In a separate post, the YG boss posted a silhouette of G-Dragon from his MV shoot for his slow song, All Kpop reported
G-Dragon’s upcoming solo comeback will be his saddest album yet which hints at the beginning of change. According to a post by YG United, the new album marks yet another stage of G-Dragon’s evolution as an artist who continues to reinvent himself as part of his genius song making process. It can be recalled that in his recent collaborations with IU and PSY for the tracks “Palette” and “Fact Assault,” G-Dragon provided a very personal take on fame and struggles to find truth amid a sea of untruths. This could be a clue of the more introspective flavor that his own album may have.
G-Dragon’s solo album will come out on June 8, two days before he kicks off his “ACT III”MOTTE” World Tour on June 10 at the Seoul World Cup Stadium, a 65,000 seater venue that sold out in less than 8 minutes upon release of the tickets. G-Dragon will proceed with a 19 city tour covering Asia, the US, Australia, and Japan from June through September. After his world tour, the BIG BANG leader is expected to be the next BIG BANG member to enlist after his Hyung, T.O.P. enlisted for mandatory service last February.