G-Dragon Releases Epic Teaser For Upcoming Album 'Coup d'etat'
By Staff Writer | August 17, 2013 01:31 PM EDT
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The YG Entertainment star looks like he has pulled out all the stops for his latest project.
The teaser is dark and demands attention.
Appearing in black, red, and white, G-Dragon sucks us into his trippy world with kaleidoscope effects and straightforward lyrics.
"Shake the world. Since I was born. The fake ones will be caught soon but the real ones are different. When people see me, they tell me that I am the right answer."
The 45-second-long teaser gives fans a glimpse into a darker, more demanding presence from the Big Bang frontman and has everyone on the edge of their seat with curiosity about what is in store for the new album.
Originally set to be released on his birthday August 18, there is still no official word as to when G-Dragon's album 'coup d'etat' will drop.
In the meantime, his fellow Big Bang members have also been hard at work on their own projects.
Daesung recently made a huge splash in Japan with his solo release in the country and Seungri will be releasing his second album on August 19. Taeyang is also currently working on his long-awaited comeback album.
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