Q: You have a lot of female fans. The secret to gaining so many attentions from the opposite gender?
G-Dragon: To be honest I really have no idea. I think it might be the way I run around the stage makes them think I’m cute… (laughs)
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Q: The fans that left a deep impression in your mind?
G-Dragon: When Big Bang’s concert tour was at China there was something very unforgettable. The Chinese fans used their own cars to surround our car at every direction, left, right, front and back. Then they left the car and took pictures of us. Luckily they let us go after taking those pictures. Even though it was scary but to think of it, it was quite an interesting memory.
Taeyang's number 1 fanboy
G-Dragon: Once I see Taeyang, music would be formed in my head. When I see Taeyang’s moves, it’s like an art has come alive. He always has positive thinking, and is able to give out a kind of positive strength. Hence staying with him would give production of music a lot of help.
G-Dragon: It’s also Taeyang. Because I’ve spent a lot of time with him, words are easily understood. Even though we discuss with other members a lot too, but as compared to Taeyang who I have met since trainee days 10 years ago, we can have deeper conversations. We also are of the same age and have a lot of similarities.
Q: Any means to use your solo album to go into the US market?
G-Dragon: Still thinking about it. But before that, producing music that many people would like is most important. If I can have activities in US, I would like to produce hip-hop songs which have great impact on Americans. I’ve been interacting with popular musicians Ludacris and Missy Elliortt recently. Because they are people who I can’t meet often, I’m happy to even just interacting with them. I hope everyone looks forward to me working with foreign artistes in my next album.
Q: What do you think of the deliberation system for MVs in Korea?
G-Dragon: It’s quite stressful. I can make more intense and more interesting music, yet I can’t do them. Even though there is the system, I also still must make a high quality MV, yet because of the system I can’t do whatever that I wanted to do. Therefore MV has become more or less plain. Because of this, the world can’t really enjoy…
This was inspired by the movie “Rules Of The Time”. It is also a funny message...– G-Dragon on his bonus track song “Light It Up” (via gd-swag)
Q: Your first album was suspected to be plagiarized from foreign singers.
G-Dragon: If there is a singer I like from foreign countries, my style would more or less be influenced by them. But if you were to say I have copied them for my rap and song it would be weird. Even if it’s of the same theme, there can be different ways to perform and present it. If this is considered as plagiarism, then those people would surely can’t be able to understand artistes? Even though I’ve been suspected of such thing, I do not mind what others are saying.