A well-deserved break. After releasing EIGHT singles in the past four months, Big Bang have been allowed to delay the release of their full album in order to charge their batteries.
YG Entertainment announced today, August 18, that Big Bang's full length album, originally scheduled for release on September 1, will be pushed back in order to let the members rest.
"As it’s a full-length album, the members want to add a new song to create a better quality album," says a spokesperson. "Three weeks in September have been made free for the members to recharge from the last four months and to work on the new song."
Meanwhile, Big Bang has maintained the top spot on Korea’s leading monthly music charts for the last three months with their MADE Series releases, as well as reigning pole position on iTunes charts across 16 different countries.
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With the boys still holding number 1 with their latest track "Let's Not Fall in Love," released at the beginning of August, a three week break is exactly what they deserve. Nicely earned!