Big Bang’s Daesung Tops Oricon Chart with Album ‘D-Lite’
Big Bang’s Daesung took the top spot on Oricon chart.
YG Entertainment announced on October 30, “Daesung’s Japan mini album D-Lite ranked number one on Oricon’s daily album chart.”
D-Lite was released on October 29 in celebration of the holiday season and contains a total of four tracks, including three new songs. Having topped Oricon’s daily album chart with his first Japanese original album D’slove, Daesung topped Oricon again with D-Lite.
D-Lite’s lead track is Look at Me, Gwisoon, which earned popularity in Korea as well. Big Bang’s G-Dragon wrote the Korean version of the song while ‘Hyadain’ Kenichi Maeyamada wrote the Japanese lyrics.
The second track A Big Hit! was also written by Kenichi Maeyamada and the third track is the cover of Ada Wakiko’s Old Diary. The fourth track is the cover of 70’s Japanese singer Linda Yamamoto’s hit song Do ni mo Tomaranai.
Having captured the heart of the Japanese fans through D-Lite, Daesung will be launching his solo tour encore concert. Daesung previously performed 15 concerts in eight cities around Japan, gathering 170,000 fans for his Japan solo arena tour D-Lite DLive 2014 in Japan ~D’slove.
To return thanks to the fans, Daesung will be launching his encore concert titled Encore!! 3D Tour D-Lite DLive D’slove in Tokyo Yoyogi National Gymnasium on January 31 and February 1, 2015 and in Osaka’s Osaka-jo Hall February 10 and 11.
Meanwhile, as a member of Big Bang, which was the first foreign artist to hold Japan 5-dome tour for two years in a row, Daesung will be performing in the dome tour starting with Nagoya Dome on on November 15 and 16.
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