G-Dragon is officially releasing solo music after 7 years

BIGBANG’s G-Dragon is officially embarking on his solo career this year. 

On April 3, BIGBANG member G-Dragon’s current label Galaxy Corporation announced that G-Dragon will make a comeback in Korea and will also have a world tour within the year. The label also revealed that they established a branch in Japan back in September even before the idol joined them. This branch will cater to the future activities of G-Dragon in the country such as concerts, fan meetings, and more. 

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G-Dragon signed an exclusive contract with Galaxy Corporation last year after leaving his first label YG Entertainment. Ever since he became part of Galaxy Corporation, his activities increased and the public has been seeing him more often. Back in January, G-Dragon also participated in the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2024 held in Las Vegas. 

In the last quarter of 2023, G-Dragon faced difficulties due to the drug use allegations. After the BIGBANG member proved that he was not a user of illegal drugs, G-Dragon officially signed with his new agency and also established a foundation to help society. This also marks a fresh start for G-Dragon and he hinting at his preparations for his solo comeback.

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In 2022, G-Dragon participated in the single release of his K-pop group BIGBANG. The four members of BIGBANG unveiled their track “Still Life” which topped charts in South Korea and different parts of the world. 

For his solo, G-Dragon’s last release was in 2017. He dropped his self-titled album “Kwon Ji Yong” with the title track "Untitled, 2014."

This year, it seems like fans of G-Dragon will finally see and hear new music from G-Dragon as it was officially announced through various media outlets. 

If there’s a possibility, which artist should collaborate with G-Dragon in his upcoming comeback?

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