Big Bang's Song 'Feeling' Chosen In Britain's Guardian Magazine, 'This Year's POP'
By Staff Writer | July 04, 2012 10:18 AM EDT
Popular idol group Big Bang has been featured in Britain's magazine, "Guardian."
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Big Bang's song 'Feeling' was chosen in Britain's Guardian, 'This Year's POP'.
On June 29, Britain's 'Guardian' featured Big Bang on their 'The A-Z of POP in 2012' section. The article talked about Big Bang receiving the Europe MTV Awards as well.
The magazine talked about different genres of music from A-Z and chose Big Bang's ALIVE album's song "Feeling" for the K-Pop section. This song was chosen as one of their POP 25 songs.
It is also interesting to see that the magazine did not choose their title song, but another song, "Feeling." Big Bang's "Feeling" was produced by G-Dragon and German DJ and producer BOYS NOIZE.
This song was also featured as a theme song for Steven Spielburg's animated version of the movie, "Transformers." This animated version is currently airing in Japan since April.
This magazine was another stepping stone for Big Bang to become a bigger global star. Last year, Big Bang received the 2011 MTV Europe Music Awards and was the first Korean group to receive the "Worldwide Act."
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