Oh Yeah (GD & TOP song)

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"Oh Yeah"
GD&TOP album cover.jpg
Single by GD & TOP
from the album GD & TOP
Released December 15, 2010
Length 3:08
Label YG Entertainment
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GD & TOP singles chronology
"High High"
"Oh Yeah"
"Knock Out"

"High High"
"Oh Yeah"
"Knock Out"

"Oh Yeah" is the second single from hip hop duo GD & TOP's 2010 self-entitled album. Released through YG Entertainment, the song was released alongside "High High in December 2010. The song was a commercial success, peaking at the No. 2 position on the Gaon Music Chart,[1] becoming the duo's highest peak on the chart, and selling over a million copies.[2]


In an attempt to create their own style separate from their band, Big Bang, the duo opted for a more hip-hop sound as GD & TOP to contrast the group's current genre of electronic music.[3] Release simultaneously as "High High," "Oh Yeah" have been described as a "club song" due to its "beat drop"; Bom's vocal was also praised.[4] The duo have explained that "Oh Yeah" lyrically explores the theme of freedom.[5] A Japanese version was released the following year.[5]

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2015) Peak


South Korea (Gaon)[1] 2


Country Sales
South Korea 1,380,732[2]

Music program awards[edit]

Song Program Date
"Oh Yeah" (featuring Park Bom) M! Countdown (Mnet) December 30, 2010


  1. ^ a b "Oh Yeah + High High". Gaon Chart. Retrieved April 15, 2016.
  2. ^ a b Cumulative sales for "Oh Yeah"
  3. ^ Kim, Jessica (2010-12-15). "G-Dragon and T.O.P hold world premiere showcase for duo unit". 10asia. Retrieved 2011-01-20.
  4. ^ Choi, Joon-yong (2010-12-15). "지드래곤·탑 유닛, 타이틀 2곡 들어보니··'강렬+중독'". Asiae (in Korean). Retrieved 2018-07-31.
  5. ^ a b "BIGBANGのG-DRAGONとT.O.Pのユニットが"OH YEAH"日本語版発売". Tower Records. 2011-09-14. Retrieved 2018-07-31.

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