Big Bang - Yg Entertainment
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G-Dragon, Taeyang, Seungri, T.O.P, Daesung
Offical Bigbang Mobile Application
Members G-Dragon/GD/지드래곤 (leader, vocal, rap, composition) Taeyang/SOL/태양 (vocal, rap) T.O.P/탑/최승현 (vocal, rap) Daesung/D-Lite/대성 (vocal) Seungri/V.I./승리 (vocal)
Genre Hip Hop/Pop/R&B/K-Pop
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Since their debut in 2006, BIGBANG have worked hard to establish themselves as cultural icons, rather than just another boy band. G-Dragon, TOP, TAEYANG, DAESUNG, and SEUNGRI have set themselves apart from their peers by self-producing many of their hit songs, from the early classics “Last Farewell”, “Haru Haru”, “Sunset Glow”, and “Lies” to more recent chart-toppers such as “Tonight” and “Fantastic Baby”. BIGBANG are trendsetters of the Korean music scene, having considerable influence on both music and fashion alike. They did away with the stereotypical stage costumes often worn by other singers in favor of clothing that is reflective of each member’s unique personality. G-Dragon, TOP, TAEYANG, DAESUNG, and SEUNGRI have all engaged in solo activities that utilize their individual and distinctive talents as singers, MCs and actors to thrive in every area of the entertainment world. All five members are as equally successful in their respective solo efforts as they are as a group, which is a further proof of their endless talents. In 2011, BIGBANG returned to the music scene after a two-year hiatus with the release of their 4th mini-album “Tonight,” which received great reviews from fans and critics alike. They immediately followed up with that successful come-back by releasing their latest mini-album, “ALIVE” in 2012. “ALIVE” is the perfect display of BIGBANG’s growth and maturity as singers and producers over the course of their career and is a testament of their efforts to continuously progress, rather than resting at the top of the music scene.