YG Yang Hyun Suk's Happy Dilemma, 'Psy or G-Dragon'
By Staff Writer | August 22, 2012 02:47 PM EDT
YG Entertainment CEO Yang Hyun Suk has fallen into a happy dilemma these days. Psy has been heating up the world with his new song, "Gangnam Style" and Big Bang's leader G-Dragon is preparing for his solo comeback.
G-Dragon revealed his comeback on the YG's official blog with a comeback teaser video. His official music video will be released on August 25.
Yang Hyun Suk commented, "The music video that will be released will not be his title song. It is instead an intro to announce his comeback. The official date for his comeback will be released after the music video is revealed."
Big Bang and 2NE1's album release dates have been pushed back quite a bit this past year due to Yang Hyun Suk's 'perfectionist' quality. He does not want to release something unless he believes that it is perfect
Yang Hyun Suk and G-Dragon have worked hard for GD's solo come back as this is his first comeback since 2009 with "Heartbreaker."
YG commented, "This intro with a hip-hop beat and the words 'one of a kind' replaying will hint to the audience what style this album concept is."
Although G-Dragon's comeback date has been delayed, they find it to be just right as Psy flies out to the states. With Psy working overseas, it is the perfect time for G-Dragon to bring out his solo album.
Psy is the first Korean artist to rank number 1 on the U.S. iTunes MV chart, beating Justin Bieber.
Psy has been featured in numerous articles, magazines, TV shows with his "Gangnam Style" song. His music video has also hit over 45 million views on YouTube.
He is currently in L.A meeting with Justin Bieber's agency to talk about plans for collaboration.
YG has been on a winning streak this year with Big Bang and 2NE1 in the beginning of this year and Psy and G-Dragon for the last half of this year.
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