Big Bang Appears on Grammy's Homepage Again
By Staff Writer | June 13, 2012 08:04 AM EDT
Big Bang was introduced on the prestigious ‘Grammy Awards’ in the United States.
The Grammy Awards homepage, on June 13 posted a photo of Big Bang's recently released special album ‘Still Alive.’ This is the second time Big Bang has been introduced on Grammy.com.
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Big Bang was introduced through the photo section of Grammy.com. The photos were taken at the conference ‘YG X Hyundai Card Rebranding Project’ held in Seoul at the Hyundai headquarters on June 6.
In March, Big Bang was the first Korean singer to be introduced on the main page of Grammy.com. The Grammy Awards is the world's most prestigious music awards and it is the first time that a Korean singer was introduced on the main page of Grammy.com.
Recently, Big Bang has been charting the charts on iTunes in Asia, Britain, France, Brazil, and other parts of the world. Further, they have been getting a lot of press from prestigious awards and music charts in the United States.
Big Bang after being the first Korean singers to be selected on 2011 MTV Europe Music Awards for the ‘Worldwide Act’ category, they have been getting a lot of attention as a band representing Asia. Recently, following the introduction on the Grammy.com, Big Bang has also been introduced on the Billboard's music charts several times.
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