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Big Bang To Follow Japanese Release Of 'MADE' With 3-Song Performance On 'Music Station'

By James Buhain | February 02, 2016 12:05 AM EST

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Big Bang is confirmed to make and perform at Japan's popular music program Music Station on Friday, Feb. 5.

The group is expected to perform three Japanese versions of the songs off their MADE series - "Loser," "If You," and "Bang Bang Bang."

Fans are excited to see Big Bang as 2012 was the last time they appeared on the music show performing the Japanese version of single titled "Monster." Music Station is an internationally syndicated music performance program that has helped launch the careers of many musicians in the Japanese music industry.

Big Bang is set to do several activities in the country as they continue to complete the Japanese leg of the BIGBANG WORLD TOUR 2015~2016 MADE IN JAPAN.

The group will first start in Fukuoka on Saturday, Feb. 6., and be there until Feb. 7. Then they will stop in Tokyo, and hold two spectacular concerts (Feb. 23 and 24).

While fans in Japan wait for Big Bang to perform at Music Station, their Japanese album is going to be released on Wednesday, Feb. 3 with a total of 11 tracks and a special DVD/Blu-ray disc containing Japanese music videos for "Loser" and "Bang Bang Bang" and a special video commemorating the group's performance at Yanma Stadium in Nagai earlier in August 2015.

Tagged :  Big Bang, Music Station, Japan, Made, yg, loser, If You, Monster

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