Big Bang Release ‘Bae Bae’ And ‘Loser’: Leadoff Singles To Be Included On ‘Made’ Group’s 1st Album In 3 Years


Big Bang Release 'Bae Bae' And 'Loser': Leadoff Singles To Be Included On 'Made' Group's 1st Album In 3 Years
Big Bang Release 'Bae Bae' And 'Loser': Leadoff Singles To Be Included On 'Made' Group's 1st Album In 3 Years

  After three years of solo activities and vacations, Big Bang’s comeback is finally here.

After a successful comeback concert in Seoul Olympic Park Gymnastic Stadium, Big Bang released the ‘M’ part of their ‘Made’ album.

The two singles, ‘Bae Bae’ and ‘Loser’ got the music video treatment and are available to view below.

But be warned, ‘Bae Bae’ receieved a 19+ age rating, so it may be somewhat NSFW.

      Although most fans consider him to be one of the most talented K-pop artists, G-dragon felt a lot of pressure going into the next album for Big Bang: “In all honesty, I was in a slump that wasn’t a normal slump.

I worried a lot.

The group has grown due to all the fans, so I unknowingly felt a heavy burden because it’s been a long time since we released an album.

I worried a lot because of this, but we worked well, as we continued,” explained G-dragon.

“I thought to myself that I just need to work.

We got together frequently and worked.” Given the almost immediate all-kill for “Loser”, it looks like G-dragon has little to worry about.

Luckily for G-dragon, the “Made” album was not completely on his shoulders.

According to reports, in house producer Teddy, T.O.P., and Taeyang helped with the composition of “Loser” and “Bae Bae.” Specifically,  Teddy produced both tracks, Taeyang helped produce “Loser,” and G-dragon and T.O.P.

both worked on the lyrics for “Loser” and “Bae Bae.” A double single release might be plenty for fans who patiently waited for Big Bang to return, but the boys have plenty more in store for the upcoming months.

Until the album release in September, fans can expect new music from Big Bang every month.

In addition, Big Bang is set to tour the world with their “Made” concert series across 15 countries.   

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