Big Bang's Perspective of Performing at the Alive GALAXY Tour in Guangzhou, China
By Staff Writer | August 01, 2012 05:24 PM EDT
A video that captured Big Bang's perspective on stage was released through their official YouTube channel.
On Sunday, July 29, a video was released through Big Bang's official YouTube channel that shared Big Bang's perspective of what it's like to be performing in front of thousands of their fans. The video was taken by Seungri, the youngest member of Big Bang, and drew attention for the fact that the video was recorded with his Samsung Galaxy S III.
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The video was taken while the members of Big Bang were on stage for their encore performance during their Alive GALAXY Tour 2012 in Guangzhou, China. They performed "Fantastic Baby" as their encore song and successfully wrapped up their concert with thousands of screaming fans cheering them on.
Throughout the video thousands of fans can be seen behind the members screaming and waving their glow sticks while singing along to "Fantastic Baby." Each member sings into the phone while Seungri records their performance.
Taeyang first appears wearing his sunglasses, T.O.P is shown dancing with charisma, Daesung then takes the phone from Seungri and begins to record Seungri dancing comically at the phone, finally, G-Dragon appears and seems to be trying to seduce the camera.
The video drew attention for revealing Big Bang's powerful energy that they always maintain throughout their concerts until the very end.
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