Kwon Ji-yong, also known by his stage name G-Dragon, is a South Korean rapper, singer-songwriter, record producer, entrepreneur and fashion designer, often dubbed as the 'King of K-Pop'. From age twelve, G-Dragon trained for six years at South Korean entertainment label YG Entertainment before debuting in 2006 as the leader of the hip hop boy band Big Bang, which went on to become one of the best-selling boy bands in the world. His first solo album Heartbreaker and its title track of the same name, released in 2009, were commercially successful, becoming the best-selling album by a Korean soloist at the time and earning him Album of the Year at the 2009 Mnet Asian Music Awards. G-Dragon collaborated with Big Bang bandmate T.O.P to release the album GD & TOP in 2010. His first EP One of a Kind, was critically acclaimed and yielded three singles: "One of a Kind", "Crayon", and the chart-topper "That XX". The EP earned Record of the Year at the 2013 Seoul Music Awards.
|Twitter:||G-Dragon's Twitter profile|
|Instagram:||G-Dragon's Instagram profile|
|Facebook:||G-Dragon's Facebook profile|
About G Dragon
Fashionable South Korean rapper who became a member of the group Big Bang, known for the hit singles "High High," "One of a Kind" and "Heartbreaker."
He began his music career at age 6 with the group Little Roora.
He has released two consecutive #1 solo albums: Heartbreaker (2009) and One of a Kind (2012).
He has an older sister named Dami.
He is a South Korean K-pop star, which is also true for Brian Joo.
Information related to G-Dragon
- G-Dragon Category
- Big Bang (South Korean band) members
- Rappers from Seoul
- South Korean record producers
- Korean Music Award winners
- South Korean hip hop singers
- YG Entertainment artists
- Japanese-language singers of South Korea
- South Korean rhythm and blues singers
- South Korean singer-songwriters
- Mnet Asian Music Award winners
- South Korean male rappers
- South Korean pop singers
- 21st-century South Korean singers