Big Bang's 'Monster' Tops China's Biggest Music Video Site
By Staff Writer | June 09, 2012 10:00 AM EDT
Big Bang proved their tremendous popularity in China.
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Big Bang has topped China’s biggest music video site Yin Yue Tai real-time and weekly chart with their special edition ‘Monster’ music video. Especially the music video was viewed more than 2,900,000 times. The new song managed to achieve a perfect score of 100.
Yin Yue Tai representative has noted that the only two Korean music videos that received 100 points are both from Big Bang. The first was with ‘Bad Boy’ and now ‘Monster.’
More than anything the music video was noted for its splendid brilliant imagery. As well as using special effects has been produced as a large scale blockbuster level. On top of this Big Bang’s unique hairstyle and unusual outfits is enough to draw a lot of attention.
‘Monster’ music video garnered great interest within Korea as well. Currently the music video so far broke through 7 million views.
Big Bang is currently embarking on their first every world tour and plans to release a special album ‘Alive – Monster Edition’ in celebration for their Japan arena tour on June 20.
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