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Big Bang Daesung to Release First Japan Solo Single, 'I Love You' in July

By Staff Writer | July 05, 2013 01:53 PM EDT

Big Bang Daesung to Release First Japan Solo Single, 'I Love You' in July
Big Bang Daesung to Release First Japan Solo Single, 'I Love You' in July (Photo : d)

Big Bang member Daesung will be releasing his first solo single, I Love You, this July.

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"I Love You" is a famous song that received much love in Japan and in Korea and is originally Ojaki Yutaka's song. Daesung's version of the song will also be used as a theme song for an upcoming Japanese drama as well.

Daesung also worked with a famous Japanese violinist for his new single as well and gained much attention.

Daesung commented, "Because 'I Love You' is already a widely famous song, I was a bit nerviest o be making my own version of the song. I am excited to share my new song with my fans."

Daesung will complete his final concert in Yokohama on July 18 as part of his oslo tour and join Big Bang for their 6 dome tour in Japan starting in November.

Tagged :  Big Bang, Daesung, Japan, solo, I Love You

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