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The girls remain ambiguous, but they did release another picture of the member looking bright and pretty in a white shirt. They wrote, "Everyone~~~! Crayon Pop"s Soyul will find everybody on January 12 Monday, 12 PM!!! with the song "Y-Shirt" ♡ Listen to it a lot, a lot ^^ Promise!!! Streamingstreaming♡♡"
As the first hip hop project from YGE, G-Dragon and Taeyang are teaming up for the first time as a subunit. Although the title of their new single is "Good Boy", fans know that their favorite bad boys will be better than "good", they"ll be awesome!
This new teaser reveals more details such as the fact that G-Dragon had a hand in composing, writing the lyrics, and arranging the track. The "Good Boy" single and MV releases on November 21!
In the picture, the two wear matching outfits of chic black top and ripped denim pants. While G-Dragon, pulling off a bold blue hairstyle, chose to accessorize, Taeyang decided to let his platinum blonde hair be the only standout statement on his person.
Their photobook in Paris will be revealed in three countries on June 11, but will be available for pre-order on May 28. Get your wallets ready because there"s some good eye candy coming your way!
Side B: Getting Your CrayOn with G-Dragon If theres one artist every K-pop fan has heard of, it is G-Dragon. Making his debut in the music world as the leader of Big Bang in 2006, he was fundamental in making the group a household name, with him at the helm of several of their first nationwide hits. “Lies” and “Haru Haru” have won numerous accoladesfrom Song of the Year (“Lies”) to being the song that gave Big Bang their first Artist of the Year award (“Haru Haru”)and both were composed, written and produced by G-Dragon himself.
The illustrious leader of Big Bang recently made a comeback with his second full-length album, Coup D’etat, and with that, this timely Side B presents a look back at his discography and the hidden gems amongst them.
In 2009, G-Dragon dropped his first album, Heartbreaker, which spawned the same-title lead track that became a hit. Its release was riddled with controversy, as he was accused of plagiarizing Flo Rida’s “Right Round.” While there were warning letters from Sony to YG Entertainment, no case was actually filed. And as if to put these worries to rest, Flo Rida featured in a new version of Heartbreaker as a bonus track for G-Dragon’s live album, Shine a Light.