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Big Bang G-Dragon Releases "Crayon" MV!

By Staff Writer | September 17, 2012 12:05 PM EDT

Big Bang G-Dragon Releases "Crayon" MV!
Big Bang G-Dragon Releases "Crayon" MV! (Photo : d)

Big Bang member G-Dragon released his "Crayon" music video.

G-Dragon's title song "Crayon" music video was revealed on midnight of September 17.

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This new song is a mixture of hip-hop and electronic, showing a very experimental type of song. The music video also consists of many different sides of G-Dragon.

G-Dragon appears in the music video as a patient, girl, drummer boy, doctor and other interesting characters.

The term "crayon" came about from taking the word 'crazy' and 'G-dragon' and mixing them together to create 'crayon.' The meaning behind the word means for everyone to go crazy or 'a crazy g-dragon '.

A representative of YG Entertainment shared, "Like the lyrics of 'Why So Serious,' in the music video G-Dragon displays his unique talent and humor brining laughter to everyone who watches it."

Internet users commented, "I felt like I was watching a movie" and "What would G-Dragon have done if he didn't become an entertainer?"


Tagged :  Big Bang, G-Dragon, Crayon, YG Entertainment, music video

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