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Big Bang, 2NE1, Psy and More Heat Up Singapore with YG Family Concert

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2014.09.15 15:26 Mwave Kim, JiYeon Translation Credit : Yeawon Jung

Artists from YG Entertainment heated up Singapore.

YG launched YG Family 2014 Galaxy Tour: Power in Singapore in Singapore indoor stadium over two days on September 13 and 14.

As the first girl group from Korea to carry on the second world tour, 2NE1 presented the opening stage with Crush from the second album released earlier this year. 2NE1 continued to perform Come Back Home and Gotta Be You, captivating the audience.

Epik High added to the heat by performing a parade of its hit songs such as Fly, With You, Love Love Love and Get Out The Way and Winner followed by performing Go Up, Empty, Smile Again, bringing out cheers from the crowd.

Big Bang then performed Haru Haru, Bad Boy and Fantastic Baby, which the fans sang along and bringing the heat of the concert to its peak.

Big Bang, 2NE1, Psy and More Heat Up Singapore with YG Family Concert

Collaboration performances also shined on the stage. Big Bang’s G-Dragon and 2NE1’s CL sang The Baddest Male, a rearranged version of CL’s solo song The Baddest Female, as well as MTBD, showing the perfect collaboration.

Winner’s Song Min Ho and 2NE1’s Sandara Park performed T.O.P’s Doom Da Da while Big Bang’s Daesung and Winner’s Kang Seung Yoon performed 2NE1’s Ugly.

After the collaboration performances, Psy, 2NE1 and Big Bang performed their respective hit songs and at the end of the concert all the YG family members went up to the stage to sing 2NE1’s Go Away, Big Bang’s Fantastic Baby and Psy’s Gangnam Style, showing fancy and passionate performances until the end. The audience responded by clapping and cheering loudly.

YG family concert will continue in Beijing on October 19 and in Taiwan on 24.

Photo credit: YG Entertainment

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