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The Biggest Crisis to BIGBANG, Will G-Dragon and Taeyang Continue Their Solo Activity? T.O.P Knows the Answer
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The Biggest Crisis to BIGBANG, Will G-Dragon and Taeyang Continue Their Solo Activity? T.O.P Knows the Answer

YG Entertainment has no plans to cancel G-Dragon and Taeyang's solo album and concerts even amid BIGBANG rapper T.O.P's current medical condition. The label made the announcement that it will proceed according to schedule as it juggles its concerns with T.O.P's case.

According to a report by Naver Entertainment, YG has not made an announcement to cancel the upcoming schedules of BIGBANG members G-Dragon and Taeyang. G-Dragon is set to release his comeback album today, June 8, and kick off his world tour on June 10.

BIGBANGs Taeyang To Make Solo Comeback After G-Dragon
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BIGBANGs Taeyang To Make Solo Comeback After G-Dragon

YG previously confirmed BIGBANG leader G-Dragons solo comeback, and according to YG representative Yang Hyun Suk, Taeyang is next!

On May 30, Yang Hyun Suk posted a photo of G-Dragon and Taeyang on his Instagram and indicated through his caption that G-Dragons new solo album will definitely be out by early-June. He then announced that Taeyangs solo comeback will be coming up after G-Dragons.

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Yang Hyun Suk confirms G-Dragon & Taeyang's solo comebacks
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Yang Hyun Suk confirms G-Dragon & Taeyang's solo comebacks

Yang Hyun Suk has confirmed Big Bang's G-Dragon and Taeyang are making solo comebacks soon!

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There have beenof G-Dragon's impending return, and on May 30, Yang Hyun Suk finally gave an official word. He told media outlets, "G-Dragon will definitely announce a new album in early June."

The YG Entertainmenthead also posted the above photo to social media along with the message, "My family. My brother. In the final stages of recording. All production is finished today. Definitely early June. I've been with them for 17 years and will be for 17 more. At that time, I'll already have retired. Fighting, GD. Next is Taeyang."

Taeyang's Comeback Confirmed By YG After G-Dragon's Solo Release
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Taeyang's Comeback Confirmed By YG After G-Dragon's Solo Release

YG Entertainment has confirmed that BIG BANG's Taeyang will be releasing his solo album after G-Dragon released his "Act III: MOTTE" this month. YG boss Yang Hyun Suk made the official announcement on his Instagram account.

According to Soompi, Yang Hyun Suk confirmed the release of G-Dragon's solo album "Kwon Ji Yong" on June 8. He also confirmed that Taeyang will be releasing his own solo album right after G-Dragon. He didn't specify, however,when the album will come out.

YG has earlier confirmed that both BIG BANG members were working on their solo albums after T.O.P. officially enlisted to fulfill his two-year mandatory service in the military. Daesung has already released his Japanese mini album "D-Day" last April to great success and concluded his solo Japan Dome Tour on the same month.

Will BIGBANG T.O.P's Drug Scandal Affect G-Dragon's Solo Comeback? VIPs Rally Behind BIG BANG Leader
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Will BIGBANG T.O.P's Drug Scandal Affect G-Dragon's Solo Comeback? VIPs Rally Behind BIG BANG Leader

Will BIGBANG leader G-Dragon be affected by the recent drug scandal involving BIGBANG rapper T.O.P.? G-Dragon is set to release his solo comeback "Kwon Ji Yong" next week and is set to kick off his 19 city world tour on June 10.

Fans are asking whether or not G-Dragon's upcoming projects will be negatively affected by reports about T.O.P's drug charges after he was found positive of marijuana in a recent drug test conducted by the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency a week before G-Dragon's much awaited comeback . T.O.P., who is currently serving as a conscripted police officer in the Gangnam District as part of his two-year mandatory service is now facing investigation from the prosecutor's office for violation of drug laws in South Korea.