Group Big Bang Dominates Japan Oricon DVD Chart
By Staff Writer | March 26, 2013 02:13 PM EDT
Group Big Bang's Japan Tokyo Some concert DVD has dominated the Oricon charts.
According to Oricon, BIg Bang's DVD ranked number 1 on the Oricon Daily DVD chart.
The DVD was from Big Bang's Tokyo Dome concert, 'BIGBANG ALIVE TOUR 2012 IN JAPAN SPECIAL FINAL DOME-TOKYO DOME' from December of last year.
This DVD was released on March 20 and ranked number 1 after its release, showing its immense popularity.
Even through its already been a week since its release, it is still at number 1 and gaining much attention.
This DVD contains footage from their concert and includes 30 songs as well as a behind the scenes video for a total of 230 minutes of concert footage.
This DVD release also gained much attention in Japan before its release, making the DVD an even hotter product to the fans.
On the other hand, Big Bang G-Dragon will hold his solo 3 dome tour in Japan starting in April.
Big Bang Daesung also recently released his first solo Japan album. This album includes 12 songs with 10 being Japanese song remakes and 2 being his own songs.
He has also recently been chosen to become a host for a Japan MTV program with DJ Boo.
Big Bang debuted in 2006 under YG Entertainment. They are known for their fun and upbeat hip hop songs and fashion sense.
They have received much praise and respect from fans and other professionals in the music industry.
They recently completed their world tour earlier this year.
There have been news that Big Bang will be releasing a new album sometime this fall.
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