BigBang (band)

South Korean musical group; boy band
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BIGBANG (Korean: 빅뱅; Japanese: ビッグバン) is a South Korean boy band under the label YG Entertainment. The current members of the group are G-Dragon, Taeyang and Daesung. Former member Seungri left the group and the entertainment industry in 2019 and former member T.O.P left in 2023. Since their debut in 2006, they have become one of the most popular groups in Korea. BIGBANG has been praised numerous times for their musical talent. The group was planning a comeback in 2020 with a performance at the Coachella festival, however it was cancelled because of the Coronavirus.[1]

BIGBANG
From left to right: G-Dragon, T.O.P, Seungri, Taeyang and Daesung
From left to right: G-Dragon, T.O.P, Seungri, Taeyang and Daesung
Background information
OriginSouth Korea
GenresK-pop
Years active2006–present
LabelsYG Entertainment
Spinoffs
  • GD & TOP
  • GD X Taeyang
Members
  • G-Dragon
  • Taeyang
  • Daesung
Past member(s)
WebsiteOfficial site

Members change

Current change

  • G-Dragon (Kwon Jiyong 권지용) – Leader, main rapper, vocalist, dancer, face of the group
  • Taeyang (Dong Young-bae 동영배) – Main vocalist, main dancer
  • Daesung (Kang Daesung 강대성) – Vocalist

Past change

  • T.O.P (Choi Seung-hyun 최승현) – Lead rapper, vocalist, visual (active 2006–2023)
  • Seungri (Lee Seung-hyun 이승현) – Lead Vocalist, lead dancer, youngest (active 2006–2019)

Discography change

References change

  1. "BIGBANG's Coachella Comeback Stage is Officially Cancelled". 11 June 2020.

Other websites change

Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Jero
Japan Record Award (Best New Artist)
2009
Succeeded by
S/mileage
Preceded by
TVXQ
Seoul Music Awards (Daesang award)
2008
Succeeded by
Wonder Girls
Preceded by
Super Junior
M.net Asian Music Awards (Artist of the Year)
2008
Succeeded by
2PM
Preceded by
SG Wannabe with Partner for Life
M.net Asian Music Awards (Song of the Year)
2007, with Lies (거짓말)
Succeeded by
Wonder Girls with Nobody
Preceded by
MTV EMA Awards (Worldwide Act)
2011
Succeeded by
Incumbent
Preceded by
2NE1, with Can't Nobody
Mnet Asia Music Award (Best Music Video)
2011
Succeeded by
Incumbent