Big Bang G-Dragon To Make A Solo Comeback In August?!
By Staff Writer | July 25, 2012 09:08 AM EDT
Following news from industry officials, G-Dragon has finished up his solo album and has gone into the final stages. His comeback date is set for sometime in August. This is will be his solo comeback album in three years after "Heartbreaker" in 2009.
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The exact date has not yet been fully decided, only being that the comeback will occur sometime in August. Because "Heartbreaker" was released on his birthday on August 18th, many suspect that he will be doing the same with his comeback.
However, another official revealed, "G-Dragon is planning to release a teaser on his birthday on August 18th. It most seems that he will release the album around the end of August."
G-Dragon has personally notified fans of his solo comeback by posting a picture of himself in a recording studio on his Twitter.
G-Dragon has achieved much popularity with his first solo album "Heartbreaker" selling over 200,000 copies.
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