K-Pop

G-Dragon set to make a comeback in the later half of 2024

While a comeback is in the works, G-Dragon and his agency did not confirm that there would be concerts and meet and greets

Esther Low

| April 9, 2024
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G-Dragon. Photo: Press

The King of K-pop is back. Putting the dragon in the Year of the Dragon, G-Dragon is gearing up to put his upcoming grandiose plans into motion. He will set the second half of the year ablaze with a new album, possibly a tour, and more.

Born Kwon Ji-yong, the talented singer-producer is slated to make his musical return to the entertainment industry. This marks his first music activity after joining Galaxy Corporation last year following the expiration of his contract with YG Entertainment in June 2023.

Since signing an exclusive contract with them, the K-pop legend’s solo career is soaring to even greater heights this year.

He has delved into different ventures in diverse countries and with various people.

G-Dragon visited Las Vegas earlier in January for the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2024 and also teased working on a project with Yoshiki, the esteemed leader and drummer of the renowned Japanese rock band, X Japan.

 

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Galaxy Corporation has also previously sought to set up an agency there for G-Dragon’s upcoming promotions in Japan.

In a statement, the new agency shared, “G-Dragon will make a comeback in the second half of this year”. They also revealed that following his comeback, there are plans for a tour, together with more projects coming along in Japan.

Read more: G-Dragon starts new chapter of his music career with new agency Galaxy Corporation

The established K-pop veteran released his first solo album Heartbreaker in 2009.

His other solo hits include Crayon (2012), Crooked (2013), Without You (2013) (featuring Blackpink’s Rose), and more. He propelled to stardom as the leader of the K-pop idol group BIGBANG and has had an illustrious career thus far.

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