YG's First Official Announcement of "Big Bang is Coming"...Greatest Promotion
By Jenny Yu | January 20, 2012 09:51 PM EST
YG Entertainment has finally officially announced the comeback of Big Bang.
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At midnight on January 21, YG posted a picture of Big Bang's logo titled "Big Bang is Coming" on their official website's artist news blog called YG Life.
The head of YG, Yang Hyun Suk, and Tae Yang has commented about Big Bang's comeback in various media portals, but this is the first time the news has been announced on their official blog.
With the comeback being publicly announced, many people are interested in how the promotion of Big Bang will unravel. This is because YG has always used new ways to announce the comebacks of their singers.
A YG representative has said that, "Currently we can not reveal any of the details of the promotion, but this promotion for Big Bang will be the biggest promotion of YG."
Meanwhile Tae Yang has shared that, "From now until March, Big Bang will be holding the 'Big Show' concert. During that time, Big Bang's new album will be released. It hasn't been decided if the album should be released as a full album or a mini album and then a full album."
During their break, the five members of Big Bang (G-Dragon, Tae Yang, Top, Dae Sung and Seung Ri) have made many songs. Accordingly, their new album is to be released sooner than expected, sometime in the middle of February. This means that Big Bang will be releasing their new album in 10 months after th
eir release of "Love Song" and their special album.
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