Big Bang Side Project GD X Taeyang Reveal Behind The Scenes Footage From Their ‘Good Boy’ Music Video


Big Bang Side Project GD X Taeyang Reveal Behind The Scenes Footage From Their 'Good Boy' Music Video
Big Bang Side Project GD X Taeyang Reveal Behind The Scenes Footage From Their 'Good Boy' Music Video

Big Bang members G-Dragon and Taeyang have released their behind the scenes footage from their ” Good Boy ” music video.

On November 25, YG Entertainment revealed the behind cut footage from their “Good Boy” music video on the YG official blog and received much attention.

The video also revealed an interview with the director, Colin Tilley, and was able to hear the overall concept for this video.

Colin Tilley has won many awards at the BET Music Awards and has worked with many top stars including Justin Timberlake, Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown and more.

Tilley stated, “Compared to other videos, the biggest difference is how well we represented the visual components of the video.

We also used hand held techniques for a more loose vibe so that it looked as if the viewers were actually there watching the performance.” Tilley also stated that the dance portion of the shoot was also very interesting and stated, “Because we brought dancers from L.A of this shoot, G-Dragon and Taeyang did not get to practice with the dancers until they arrived in Korea.

Even though they did not have much time, the two were able to quickly get into the swing of things and work well with the dance team as if they were all one group.” When asked about the duo’s outfits for the video, he responded, “Both artists are already icons in the fashion field and so choosing outfits for this video was a very important part of the overall shoot.” Tilley also talked about the highly anticipated ‘thunder dome’ scene and commented, “We used 3 axis cameras on a techno crane so that we could shoot 360 degree angles.” Colin Tilley emphasized the graphic and visual aspect of this video and created a different style to G-Dragon and Taeyang’s usual style of videos.

On the other hand, this video was created for the 2nd annual YouTube Music Awards that will take place next March.

Currently, this video has hit over 5 million views online.

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