After BIG BANG T.O.P was officially off to carry out military service, VIP (fans of BIG BANG) was in concern for deeming they will not get to see them for a long time. As of now, fans do not need to feel restless since the other four members apparently decide to give out their music respectively. A couple of days ago, BIG BANG Daesung has started such step by releasing a mini album.
BIG BANG Daesung issued a Japanese mini album “D-Day” on March 28. According to Soompi, shortly after the release, it immediately climbed its way up on Japan iTunes chart. At the same time, this album managed to take the first place in album charts on Mora and Mu-mo. Promptly, the title song “D-Day” also won the top spot within the real-time single chart for the same digital music service.
This Japanese second album of BIG BANG Daesung which consists of seven tracks is produced by Motohiro Hata, Ikimono-Gakari’s Yoshiko Mizuno, and Ayaka. Thus as well, Daesung also directly involved in wrapping up this project. Moreover, “D-Day” album features the more mature side of the “Look At Me, Gwisoon” singer. Accordingly, fans can expect him pulling off sexiness for the seven songs.
Upon issuing this album, BIG BANG Daesung is flooded by his big fans’ support. Per AllKpop, his fans in Korea casted their support on Twitter by bringing upward hashtag for Daesung to trending topic. On top of that, the global fans were all also glad for this happy news. They then jointly carry on to sign #D-Day on their Twitter post that day.
Coming after this happy occasion, BIG BANG Daesung will hold “D-LITE Japan Dome Tour 2017”. This occasion marks Daesung as the second Korean singer, following fellow member G-Dragon, to put up a dome tour. The BIG BANG singer will kick off the tour on Apr. 15 and 16 at the Seibu Prince Dome. Furthermore, he will move on to other three domes located in two cities. It is noted, this Japanese tour raised by approximately 200,000 fans.