G-Dragon discography

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G-Dragon discography

G-Dragon in 2012.
Releases
Studio albums 3
Live albums 3
Singles 8
Music videos 8
Collaboration albums 1

Korean rapper G-Dragon began his career as the leader of the Korean hip-hop group Big Bang. His discography, as a solo artist, began in 2009 and includes three studio albums/extended plays, one collaboration album, three live albums and several other singles/featured singles.

In 2009, during the hiatus of Big Bang, G-Dragon released his debut solo album Heartbreaker, featuring collaborations with several artists, including Teddy of 1TYM, Taeyang, S-Kush, and CL and Dara of 2NE1. Propelled by its lead-single of the same name, an electronic pop song, the album sold over 275,000 copies[1] and went on to win Album of the Year from the 2009 Mnet Asian Music Awards.[2] The second single, "Breathe", manage to chart within the Top 20[3] while his other songs — "The Leaders", "A Boy", "Hello", and "She's Gone" — went on to top various charts upon their release.[4]

Aside from Big Bang, G-Dragon also made several solo appearances. After helping produce Taeyang's debut album, he recorded his own version of the album's lead single "Only Look At Me" (Korean: 나만바라봐; Revised Romanization: Naman Barabwa), titled as the part two version to the song. The single was released digitally. Along with Taeyang and T.O.P, G-Dragon was featured on singer Lexy's song "Super Fly" for her album Rush. In May 2009, he collaborated with the Japanese boy band W-inds. for their single, "Rain Is Fallin'/Hybrid Dream."[5][6]

Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales
KOR
[7]
JPN
[8]
US
[9]
Korean
Heartbreaker 1
Coup D'Etat 1 11 182
Japanese
Coup D'Etat
[+ One Of A Kind & Heartbreaker]
2
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.

Extended plays[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales
KOR
[7]
JPN
[8]
US
[9]
Korean
One of a Kind 1 12 161
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.

Collaboration albums[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales
KOR
[7]
JPN
[8]
Korean
GD & TOP (with TOP) 1 8
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.

Live albums[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales
KOR
[7]
JPN
[8]
Korean
1st Live Album: Shine a Light 1
2013 G-Dragon World Tour Live CD [One Of A Kind in Seoul] 9
2013 G-Dragon 1st World Tour [One Of A Kind] The Final
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.

DVDs[edit]

Title Information Oricon Peak
chart positions
2010 1st Live Concert : Shine A Light 16
2013 G-DRAGON'S COLLECTION DVD: ONE OF A KIND 9
G-Dragon World Tour DVD [One Of A Kind in Seoul] 6
G-Dragon World Tour One Of A Kind In Japan Dome Special 3
G-DRAGON'S COLLECTION DVD II: COUP D'ETAT -
2014 G-Dragon World Tour DVD [One Of A Kind THE FINAL in Seoul + World Tour] -

Singles[edit]

Year Title Peak positions Sales Album
KOR
Gaon

[18]
KOR
Billboard

[19]
2009 "Heartbreaker" 1 Heartbreaker
"Breathe" 19
"A Boy" 8
"Butterfly (featuring Jin Jung)" 30
2010 "Heartbreaker" (Remix) (feat. Flo Rida) 8 Shine A Light
2012 "That XX" 1 3 KOR: 1,767,870 One of a Kind
"One of a Kind" 9 14 KOR: 619,402
"Crayon" 3 4 KOR: 1,746,682
2013 "MichiGO" 22 17 KOR: 287,998 Coup D'Etat
"Coup D'Etat" (feat. Diplo and Baauer) 5 15 KOR: 430,164
"Crooked" 7 2 KOR: 1,424,444
"Who You" 1 4 KOR: 981,454

Other Singles[edit]

Year Title Peak positions Album
KOR
[20]
2001 Realize Yourself - Hip-Hop Flex
G-Dragon -
Hip-Hop Nation -
G-Dragon - Perry By Storm
2002 Hip-Hop Remix (Ft. Swi.T) - Space Hip Hop Duck OST
2006 This Love - Bigbang Vol.1
2007 Hot Issue (Intro) (Ft. CL) - Hot Issue
But I Love You -
2008 This Love (English version) - With U
Only Look At Me (Part 2) - non-album release
2010 G-Market Party - non-album release
2012 I am Mugler (for Muglar FW 13/14 menswear collection by Nicola Formichetti) - non-album release
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were released before the official records chart of Korea launched.

Collaboration Singles[edit]

Year Title Peak positions Sales Album
KOR
Gaon

[21]
2002 Meotjjaengi Sinsa (with Jinusean, Danny, Jin Hwan & Masta Wu) YG Family - Why Be Normal? / 1997 - 2002
YMCA Yagudan (with Jinusean, Danny, Jin Hwan, Lexy Ft. Wheesung)
Why be Normal? (with Perry & Masta Wu Ft. Park Jiyeon)
A-YO YG Family Version (with Jinusean, 1TYM & Lexy)
2006 We Belong Together (with T.O.P Ft. Park Bom) First Single
Forever with You (with T.O.P Ft. Park Bom) Third Single
2008 We Belong Together (Japanese version) (with T.O.P Ft. Park Bom) With U
2010 High High (with T.O.P) 1 GD & TOP
Oh Yeah (with T.O.P Ft. Park Bom) 2
Knock Out (with T.O.P) 3
Intro (with T.O.P)
Don't Go Home (with T.O.P)
Baby Goodnight (with T.O.P)
Obsession (G-Dragon Solo)
What Do You Want? (G-Dragon Solo)
2011 I Cheated (with Park Myungsoo Ft. Park Bom) 1 KOR: 2,623,583 Infinite Challenge West Coast Highway Music Festival
2013 Going To Try (with Jeong Hyeong-don) 2 KOR: 790,713 Infinite Challenge Freedom Highway Music Festival

Featured[edit]

Year Title Peak positions Sales Album
KOR
[20]
2001 "Storm" (Perry Ft. G-Dragon, Sean & Masta Wu) Perry by Storm
2002 "Magic Eye" (Hwee-Sung Ft. G-Dragon) Like A Movie
2003 "Heosubai" (Masta Wu Ft. G-Dragon & Taeyang) Masta Peace
"Intro" (Se7en Wu Ft. G-Dragon & Perry) Just Listen
2006 "Run" (Se7en Ft. G-Dragon & Taeyang) 24/SE7EN
"Can You Feel Me" (Se7en Ft. G-Dragon) SE7OLUTION
"Anystar" (Park Bom Ft. G-Dragon & Gummy) non-album release
2007 "Super Fly" (Lexy Ft. G-Dragon, T.O.P & Taeyang) RUSH
"So In Love Pt.2" (Kim Jo Han Ft. G-Dragon) Soul Family with Johan
2008 "Intro - Work it Now" (Gummy Ft. G-Dragon) - Comfort
"Party" (Uhm Jung Hwa Ft. G-Dragon) D.I.S.C.O
"D.I.S.C.O Pt.2" (Uhm Jung Hwa Ft. G-Dragon) D.I.S.C.O Part 2
"What" (YMGA Ft. G-Dragon, Teddy, Kush, Perry, CL) Made In R.O.K
2009 "Strong Baby" (Seungri Ft. G-Dragon) 1 Remember
"Rain is Fallin" (W-inds Ft. G-Dragon) Rain Is Fallin'/Hybrid Dream
"Hallelujah" (T.O.P Ft. G-Dragon & Taeyang) non-album release
2010 "I Need A Girl" (Taeyang Ft. G-Dragon) 1 KOR: 1,876,167 Solar
2011 "Open the Window" (Seungri Ft. G-Dragon) VVIP
2012 "Dancing on My Own" (Pixie Lott Ft. G-Dragon & T.O.P) - YOUNG FOOLISH HAPPY
"Blue Frog" (Psy Ft. G-Dragon) 5 KOR: 1,429,265 PSY 6 (Six Rules), Part 1
2013 "Bubble Butt" (Major Lazer Ft. Bruno Mars, G-Dragon, T.O.P, Tyga and Mystic) 78 KOR: 28,701 Free the Universe (Asian Edition)
2014 "Dirty Vibe" (Skrillex Feat. Diplo, G-Dragon, and CL) Recess
"Stay With Me" (Taeyang Feat. G-Dragon]) 4 KOR: 542,555 Rise
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.

Other Charted songs[edit]

Year Title Peak positions Sales Album
KOR
Gaon

[22]
KOR
Billboard

[23]
2009 "The Leaders" (Feat. Teddy Park & CL) 15 Heartbreaker
"Hello" (Feat. Sandara Park)[B] 10
"She's Gone" (Feat. Kush) 33
"Korean Dream" (feat. Taeyang) 37
"Gossip Man" 22
"1 Year Station" 54
2012 "In The End" (feat. Kim Jisoo) 10 15 KOR: 540,470 One of a Kind
"Missing You" (feat. Kim Yoon-Ah of Jaurim) 2 2 KOR: 1,772,172
"Today" (feat. Kim Jongwan of Nell) 17 20 KOR: 619,402
2013 "Niliria" (feat. Missy Elliott) 9 30 KOR: 239,129 Coup D'Etat
"Black" (feat. Jennie Kim) 2 3 KOR: 871,025
"R.O.D." (feat. Lydia Paek) 6 21 KOR: 418,656
I Love It" (feat. Zion.T and Boys Noize)</small 20 13 KOR: 262,125
"Shake the World" 25 29 KOR: 185,423
"Runaway" 27 26 KOR: 181,284
"Niliria (G-Dragon ver.)" 32 38 KOR: 136,575
"You Do" 35 KOR: 104,333

Music videos[edit]

Year Music video Length Album Official MV on YouTube Note
2001 "G-Dragon" a.k.a "My Age is 13" 4:16 2001 Korea HipHopFlex
Perry - "Storm" 3:20 Perry's 1st Album "Perry By Storm" Feat. G-Dragon, Masta Wu, Sean
2002 YG Family - "Hip Hop Gentlemen" 4:24 YG Family's 2nd Album "YG Family 2" YGEntertainment
YG Family - "YMCA Baseball Team" 3:47 YGEntertainment
YG Family - "Get Ready" 4:07 He makes an appearance, not singing
2003 1TYM - "Hot" 4:16 1TYM's 4th Album "Once N 4 All" YGEntertainment He makes an appearance, not singing
2004 Jinusean - "Telephone number" 3:36 Jinusean's 4th Album "Norabose" YGEntertainment He makes an appearance, not singing
2009 W-Inds. - "RAIN IS FALLIN'" 3:59 W-Inds.'s 26th single "Rain Is Fallin'/Hybrid Dream"
2NE1 - "Fire" (Street Ver.) 3:48 2NE1 1ST MINI ALBUM YGEntertainment He appears around 3:16 dancing behind Minzy
Seungri - "Strong Baby" 3:53 Seungri 2nd Album [Remember] BIGBANG
"Heartbreaker" 3:51 1ST ALBUM [HEARTBREAKER] YGEntertainment
"Breathe" 3:41 YGEntertainment
"She's Gone" 3:14
"Butterfly" 3:47 YGEntertainment
"A Boy" 3:42 YGEntertainment
2010 "Gmarket Party!" 2:48 Gmarket CM SONG GmarketZone Non-Album Release
Taeyang - "I Need A Girl" 5:54 Taeyang 1ST ALBUM [SOLAR] YGEntertainment
2012 Se7en - "When I Can't Sing" 4:21 Se7en NEW MINI ALBUM OfficialSe7en He makes an appearance, not singing
"One Of A Kind" 3:29 1ST MINI [ONE OF A KIND] BIGBANG
"That XX" 3:35 BIGBANG Featured Jennie Kim
"Crayon" 3:45 BIGBANG
2013 "MichiGO" 3:44 2ND ALBUM [COUP D'ETAT] BIGBANG
"Coup D'etat" 3:22 BIGBANG
"Crooked" 3:46 BIGBANG
"Who You?" 5:38 BIGBANG

Footnotes[edit]

  • A^ "This Love" was released before the official records chart of Korea was launched. The charting here was from re-release and remix of the single.
  • B^ On the official music chart, it was stated as G-Dragon featuring CL although his album lists it as featuring Sandara Park.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Yang, Hyun Suk (December 30, 2010). "From YG". YG Life (in Korean). YG Entertainment. Retrieved December 29, 2010. 
  2. ^ Han Sang, Hee (November 22, 2009). "Music Awards Has Fresh Yet Disappointing Start". Korean Times. Retrieved December 13, 2009. 
  3. ^ Han Sang, Hee (October 28, 2009). "G-Dragon Shines on First Album". Korea Times. Retrieved November 5, 2009. 
  4. ^ (English) Kim, Lynn. G-Dragon conquers Korean music charts Asia Economy. September 7, 2009. Retrieved September 29, 2009.
  5. ^ (Korean) "'빅뱅' 지드래곤, 日그룹 '윈즈' 앨범 참여..뮤비도 출연". Sports Chosun. 8 May 2009. Retrieved 12 January 2010. 
  6. ^ (Chinese) "G-Dragon与W-inds合作日本同台演出获好评". Sina. 19 May 2009. Retrieved 12 January jakelin y kang daesuntg 2010. 
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  11. ^ "GAON YEARLY ALBUM CHART". 2014-01-19. Retrieved 2014-01-19. 
  12. ^ "K-Pop Star G-Dragon Enters Billoard 200". 2013-09-12. Retrieved 2013-12-14. 
  13. ^ "G-DRAGON’S "COUP D’ETAT", 8,888 LIMITED EDITION LPS SOLD OUT BEFORE OFFICIAL RELEASE". 2013-10-03. Retrieved 2013-12-14. 
  14. ^ "G-Dragon No. 56 on 2013 Year End Oricon Chart". 2013-12-16. Retrieved 2013-12-16. 
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  19. ^ http://www.billboard.com/artist/276219/g-dragon/chart?f=1175
  20. ^ a b "Gaon Chart Search: Park Bom". Gaon Chart (in Korean). Korea Music Content Industry Association. Retrieved November 6, 2010. 
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