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Popular K-pop music idols, Big Bang have generated quite a buzz in the media with their upcoming Made World Tour. Originating in South Korea, this popular boy band comprises five members. YG Entertainment Inc., one of South Korea's main K-pop talent agencies, manages the group. The agency also manages popular Korean act PSY, who created waves in the industry with the worldwide hit, “Gangnam Style.”
Awards and achievements
Big Bang is one the most popular Asian music groups in the modern music industry. They achieved widespread international fame, courtesy of their engaging and fresh K-pop music. The band has won a number of awards, continuing to impress critics and audiences worldwide.Quite early in their career they became a sensation in their native country, scoring major hits on Korean music charts and earning several Mnet Korean Music Festival Awards. Their earlier chart-topping singles include “Lies” and “Haru Haru.”Extending their efforts to other Asian nations like Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan, the band gained further acclaim. They snagged a couple of awards at theJapanese MTV Video Music Awards and became the first foreign act to win the “Best Newcomer” Japan Cable Broadcasting Award.
In 2014, the K-pop act featured at second place on Forbes Korea's “2014 Power Celebrity 40” list. Perhaps their biggest achievement was winning the “Best Worldwide Act” award at the MTV Europe Music Awards, beating Taylor Swift to the task. All five band members have also embarked on highly successful solo careers in either acting or singing.
Diversity of genres
Big Bang are recognized for their experimentation and diversity. The band draws influence from multiple genres and experimentation is one of the keys behind the group's mainstream success. From hip-hop and R&B to ballads, and even electronica and rock, Big Bang has tried almost all of the mainstream genres. This experimentation keeps their music new and fresh and fans never know what to expect from their next release. They constantly renew not just their music, but their image, clothing and visuals as well. All these factors add to their boy band charm and keep it exciting for fans.
Big bang enjoyed considerable success recently when tracks from their upcoming album were released on YouTube and attracted millions of views within no time. Early 2015 saw the band announce that they will be releasing two new singles from the upcoming M Series every month until album's release. First to appear on YouTube were the singles “Loser” and “Bae Bae,” both of which became mega hits. Striking a chord with audiences over its subject matter, the former explores the stresses of daily life. It became an instant hit on iTunes charts in many Asian countries and crossed the thirty million viewership mark on YouTube.
Following the hits the next month was the hip-hop influenced “Bang Bang Bang” and the dance track “We like 2 Party.” The music videos for both shot past the ten million mark on YouTube. The band has already embarked on the Asian leg of their tour to promote the album. The Made World Tour has become a highly anticipated concert series in America, as the group captured the attention of K-pop fans nationwide. Fans will likely be flocking to get their hands on Big Bang tickets as the band heads to venues near them.
Live concerts and stage presence
At their live concerts, Big Bang owns the stage with engaging visuals, charismatic stage presence and fashionable get ups. The combination of their diverse and vibrant personas creates entertainment like nothing else. Whether it is local crowds or international fans, the band knows how to keep everyone engaged. There is a wow element to the visual and musical experience they provide, which keeps fans coming back for more.