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Big Bang G-Dragon Films for Music Video in the Streets of Seoul

By Staff Writer | August 09, 2012 09:14 AM EDT

G-Dragon Films for Music Video in the Streets of Seoul
G-Dragon Films for Music Video in the Streets of Seoul (Photo : d)

Big Bang leader G-Dragon is currently filming his music video for his new album that will be released at the end of this month.

YG Entertainment stated, "G-Dragon is currently filming around Seoul for his new music video."

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An official stated, "G-Dragon has produced not only the title song but other songs in the album as well. He will also be helping with the production of the music video and will be filming for a couple days."

The official continued, "His new album will be released sometime at the end of this month. The date is not set yet as he still has some finishing touches to complete."

G-Dragon released his first solo album in 2009 with "Heartbreaker." This is first comeback in 3 years.

Big Bang is currently getting ready for their world tour and travel to 16 countries and 25 cities to meet their international fans.

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