Big Bang Daesung Releases First Japan Solo Single, 'I Love You'
By Staff Writer | July 31, 2013 12:15 AM EDT
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This song was originally by Ozaki Yutaka and was first known in Korea when group Position released their version in 2000. Daesung has also created his rendition of this song by adding his deep vocals.
As a member of Big Bang, he has shown off powerful and charisma in his voice, but for his first solo single, he has geared more towards ballads and softer songs.
He has also worked with a famous Japanese violinist for his album and gained much attention.
Daesung's music video matches well with the song and also shows off his first kiss scene with actress Jung Yeon Joo.
This song will also be a title song for a Japanese drama also titled, "I Love You."
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