CL, G-Dragon And Taeyang Pose With World-Famous DJ Skrillex, What's Going On Over At YG?
By Staff Writer | July 29, 2013 12:16 PM EDT
Yet another famous face has been spotted hanging out with the YG Family.
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The two looked like old friends with the American singer-songwriter resting his arm on CL's shoulder while wearing a 'GZB' hat from "The Baddest Female" promotions.
There has been a lot of speculation about the meaning behind Skrillex's visit to Seoul and what sort of clue "#88" could be.
Can fans expect another high-profile collaboration?
With the announcement from YG Entertainment that 2NE1 will be releasing their new single "Do You Love Me" on August 7, many are wondering if Skrillex, the artist credited with popularizing dubstep, is involved in the project.
By now, fans of YG artists are used to being kept in the dark about the music-making details until the time comes for it all to be revealed, but it is worth noting that within the past week Skrillex has not been the only internationally famous artist to enter YG territory.
Sky Ferreira, Colin Caulfield, and DIIV have all been spotted hanging out at the YG Headquarters in Seoul in the past several days.
And with a lot of upcoming projects - G-Dragon, 2NE1, Taeyang, and Seungri - the news has us all curious and excited about what they have up their sleeves and who has their hands in the mix.
What do you think the YG Entertainment artists are up to?
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