New G-Dragon Video

2013-09-02 by bands that shred and make memorable moments like Mastodon | 20 Comments
G-Dragon, member of Korean pop group Big Bang, has released the music video to his new single, 'Coup d'Etat', today. The album of the same name will be released over the next couple of days, with the first 5 tracks being out as of today.

You can check the song out here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C8T6771Sdj8

Tagged: G-Dragon

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Calc
September 2nd 2013
12946 Comments


this is pretty bad : ) not even the novelty saves it.

the video is neat though

amanwithahammer
September 2nd 2013
585 Comments


Yeah not too catchy now but usually this guy's stuff grows on me

royukiyo
September 2nd 2013
15 Comments


Ugh, this song is crap. Video's awesome though.

treeqt.
September 3rd 2013
14831 Comments


video is amazing, song grew on me over the first three listens from urgh to ahhhhh.

Cygnatti
September 3rd 2013
26418 Comments


fuck these guys now. always love some of their earlier stuff but it's so embarrassing now. it's like all time low all over again.

Digging: Elysia Crampton - American Drift

treeqt.
September 3rd 2013
14831 Comments


THIS IS MA KUP DA TA

treeqt.
September 3rd 2013
14831 Comments


'Yesterday, Suzy (miss A) tweeted her support by writing, "'Black'. The song is good. Black, black". When G-Dragon discovered the tweet, he responded playfully with, "Then Buy It".'

treeqt.
September 3rd 2013
14831 Comments


What a legend.

disneydino
September 3rd 2013
7 Comments


the song grew on me, now the hook's stuck in my head. the video's fenomenal. he's a mad scientist!

LG
September 3rd 2013
3050 Comments


not bad

VanitySeason
September 4th 2013
396 Comments


I've always felt K-Pop is so much more advanced than the stupid shit we have on western world radio

Cygnatti
September 4th 2013
26418 Comments


In some ways, definitely. They're still synthetic in exactly the same way American pop is, but the songwriting is generally much better and their focus on entertainment and the artistic aspects of a performer are as well.

Keyblade
September 4th 2013
16659 Comments


I find it to be way more synthetic than American pop, and the companies are in no way ashamed of that and don't try to hide it. The songs aren't even that catchy anymore. It's almost as if they're trolling teenage girls now.

Digging: Perfume - Relax in the City / Pick Me Up

treeqt.
September 4th 2013
14831 Comments


that's why you have to watch the pop
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yMqL1iWfku4

treeqt.
January 13th 2014
14831 Comments


turns out the album goes hard http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RKhsHGfrFmY

ShitsofRain
January 13th 2014
6751 Comments


go and buy it guys

Digging: Karen Gwyer - Bouloman

treeqt.
January 13th 2014
14831 Comments


[ ! ]

Cygnatti
January 13th 2014
26418 Comments


wow who knew?

treeqt.
January 13th 2014
14831 Comments


so good i went out of my way to add it

treeqt.
January 13th 2014
14831 Comments


so good sputnik can't handle the cover file size



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