Dae Sung (or D-LITE, as he’s known in Japan), member of the great group Big Bang, made his solo debut in Japan at the beginning of the year.
He managed to conquer everone’s heart thanks to his powerful voice with the album “D’scover” and now he’s going to reach an other huge success. The month of July will see his first solo Japanese single, “I Love You“, which is a remake of the legendary singer Ozaki Yutaka’ song.
The short version of the song was realead in the first half of the month and shows the collaboration with the renowed Japanese violinist Hakase Taro. This song is important and probably unforgettable for Dae Sung because he did his very first kissing scene and after filming he said that he was too nervous to remember anything.
On July 18th the singer has also attended the first airing ceremony for UULA drama “I LOVE YOU” in Japan, giving the audience an enjoyable performance and demonstration of his singing hability, receiving also high praises from Japanese female actors for his surprise live performance. This is not a fortunate coincidence, in fact, “I Love You” will also be used as the theme song for the drama.
During the whole month different versions of the song were realeased, creating a great expectation for the single, which will be released on July 31st. A part of the title track “I Love You” and its instrumental version, it will contain three bonus tracks: the incredible “Wings”, “Try Smiling” and “A Big Hit~ Look at Me, Gwisun”.
Sources: YG Entertainment website and BigBang’s Youtube account