U.S Spin Magazine Praises Big Bang, 'K-Pop Heals New Jersey'
By Staff Writer | November 13, 2012 08:18 AM EST
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World famous music magazine SPIN praised Big Bang's conert in New Jersey.
Yesterday, SPIN released an article titled, 'K-Pop Heals New Jersey' in which it talked about the Big Bang concert held in New Jersey. It stated that this concert 'healed' the state as it had been hit by Hurricane Sandy the week before.
SPIN commented, "Korea's top male group Big Bang successfully finished their concert in New Jersey. They all performed an amazing concert."
They also continued by saying that the 2 hours that they performed was very entertaining and full of energy. Because this was a concert that was held after the hurricane, it holds more meaning to those who attended. Big Bang showed off many different looks and stage performances for their fans.
They also particularly commented on Big Bang's leader, G-Dragon's solo performance. They commented, "G-Dragon's stage performance is one we cannot forget. He is the 'Kanye West' of Korea."
Big Bang also successfully completed their concert in L.A. along with the one in New Jersey.
Both concerts combined brought in around 48,000 fans together. Even with the after effects of the hurricane, many people came out to the New Jersey concert.
The concert in New Jersey was filled with reporters from CNN, New York Times, Billboard, FUSE TV and other broadcasts.
Big Bang will be going to Peru next on November 14 and then continue on to Hong Kong, U.K. and Japan.
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