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Big Bang G-Dragon Releases 'One of a Kind' EP!

By Staff Writer | September 17, 2012 10:03 PM EDT

Big Bang leader G-Dragon has finally come back as a solo artist after a 3 year hiatus. He has assisted in producing every Big Bang album since debut. His first solo album, Heartbreaker, was the top selling album in 2009 and won the Album of the Year at the Mnet Asian Music Awards. He recently did a collaboration with 'world star' Psy. He is currently on a world tour that will be visiting 16 countries and 25 cities. He will be in L.A. on November 3 and in New Jersey on November 9.

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The digital release of "One of a Kind" was on September 15 and the offline release will be on September 18. The title song, "Crayon" was written by G-Dragon and YG producer, Teddy. The song's title is a mixture of the words 'Crazy' and 'G-Dragon'.

Many fans are excited to hear the songs as G-Dragon participated in the production of all seven songs.

Many famous artists will be featured in this album such as Jaurim's main vocal, Kim Yoona, Nell's Kim Jong Wan and rappers Tablo and DOK2.

His other song, "That XX" has been at number 1 on music sites and is rated a 19 plus song for its language.

His music videos for both "One of a Kind" and "That XX" has been receiving close to 10 million views in just weeks after its release.

His song "One of a Kind" can also be downloaded on iTunes.


Tagged :  Big Bang, G-Dragon, That XX, Crayon, comeback

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