G Dragon Heartbreaker Album Download

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Heartbreaker

Heartbreaker is the 2009 solo debut album of South Korean artist G-Dragon, member and leader of Big Bang. The lead single 'Heartbreaker', was a hit, topping various charts upon release. Track Listings.

G-DRAGON - 삐딱하게(CROOKED) M/V
size:5.3MB - duration:03:46
G-DRAGON - CRAYON(크레용) M/V
size:5.27MB - duration:03:45
G-DRAGON - '무제(無題) (Untitled, 2014)' M/V
size:5.37MB - duration:03:49
G-DRAGON - 니가 뭔데(WHO YOU?) M/V
size:7.92MB - duration:05:38
G-DRAGON - ONE OF A KIND M/V
size:4.9MB - duration:03:29
G-DRAGON - THAT XX (그 XX) M/V
size:5.04MB - duration:03:35

G Dragon Heartbreaker Plagiarism

GD X TAEYANG - GOOD BOY M/V
size:5.88MB - duration:04:11
G-DRAGON - HEARTBREAKER M/V
size:5.37MB - duration:03:49
G-DRAGON - 미치GO M/V
size:5.23MB - duration:03:43
G-DRAGON R.O.D & The Leaders ft. CL (ACT III, M.O.T.T.E In Seoul)
size:15.61MB - duration:11:06
G-DRAGON SEXILY TOUCHING SEUNGRI AGAIN!
size:5.79MB - duration:04:07
Hollywood Rapper React G-Dragon X Taeyang - Good Boy M/V Reaction!!!!!!
size:1.85MB - duration:01:19

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Heartbreaker
Studio album by
ReleasedAugust 18, 2009
Recorded2009
Genre
Length35:52
LanguageKorean
LabelYG
Producer
G-Dragon chronology
Heartbreaker
(2009)
Shine a Light
(2010)
Singles from Heartbreaker
  1. 'Heartbreaker'
    Released: August 11, 2009
  2. 'Breathe'
    Released: September 21, 2009
  3. 'Butterfly'
    Released: October 23, 2009
  4. 'A Boy'
    Released: November 9, 2009
Alternative cover

Heartbreaker is the debut album of South Korean singer-songwriter and rapper G-Dragon, member of Big Bang.[1] The chart-topping single 'Heartbreaker', became one of the best selling singles in South Korea of all time, having sold over 4 million copies since its release.[2] The album is the best-selling by a South Korean solo artist since its release.[3]

Release and singles[edit]

Although initially scheduled to be released in April, the release date was pushed back to August to coincide with his 21st birthday.[4][5] G-Dragon collaborated with several YG labelmates, including Teddy Park of 1TYM, bandmate Taeyang, and CL and Dara of 2NE1. The lead single 'Heartbreaker' landed at number-one on multiple charts, including the Mnet and Melon Music chart, while 'Breathe' was ranked in the Top 20.[1] 'A Boy' described the personal struggles he went through as he started in the entertainment industry at the age of 6, eventually becoming a trainee at YG Entertainment when he was 12.[6] 'The Leaders', which featured Teddy and CL, referenced Girls' Generation's song 'Gee', Kim Kyu Jong (of SS501)'s 'Wuss Up', and 2NE1's 'I Don't Care'.

Controversy[edit]

G-Dragon was accused of plagiarism by Sony Music, as his tracks 'Heartbreaker' and 'Butterfly' were thought to be similar to Flo Rida's 'Right Round' and Oasis's 'She's Electric' respectively.[7][8]EMI, who also owned the rights to 'Right Round' stated they saw no similarities between the two songs.[9] In response, Sony Korea denied G-Dragon the ability to promote the track any further without paying reparations. On September 21, 2009, Sisa Magazine, a news program on MBC, stated that officials from Sony reportedly sent YG Entertainment warning letters about plagiarism. Sony's legal representative stated, 'It was a hard decision for the music critics.' However, they decided that there were similarities and accordingly issued a warning letter to the production company and composers. However, YG Entertainment claimed nothing had been decided or legally determined and that the 'letter' which YG received from Sony was not considered legal action; they also stated they have not received a direct response from the American publishers regarding the matter.[10] On March 6, 2010, YG Entertainment announced that they personally contacted Flo Rida's representatives and that he will appear as a featured artist in a new version of 'Heartbreaker', to be released as a bonus track on G-Dragon's concert album Shine a Light. On May 22, G-Dragon appeared as a special guest at Flo Rida's concert in Korea and performed the new version of 'Heartbreaker'.

Track listing[edit]

All lyrics written by G-Dragon; 'The Leaders' co-written with Teddy and CL.

No.TitleMusicArrangementLength
1.'A Boy' (소년이여; Sonyeoniyeo)
  • G-Dragon
Choice373:29
2.'Heartbreaker'Jimmy Thornfelt3:22
3.'Breathe'
  • G-Dragon
  • Jimmy Thornfelt
Jimmy Thornfelt3:27
4.'Butterfly' (featuring Jin Jung)Choice373:42
5.'Hello' (featuring Dara)
  • G-Dragon
Kush3:17
6.'Gossip Man' (featuring Kim Gunmo)Teddy3:31
7.'Korean Dream' (featuring Taeyang)
  • G-Dragon
  • Jimmy Thornfelt
Jimmy Thornfelt3:16
8.'The Leaders' (featuring Teddy and CL)TeddyTeddy3:48
9.'She's Gone' (featuring Kush)Kush3:44
10.'1 Year Station' (1년 정거장; Ilnyeon Jeonggeojang)
  • Kush
  • G-Dragon
Kush4:04
Total length:35:52

Sales[edit]

CountrySales
South Korea[2]

309,343

Accolades[edit]

YearAward-Giving BodyCategoryResult
2009Mnet Asian Music AwardsAlbum of the Year[11]Won
Melon Music AwardsAlbum of the Year[12]Won

Release history[edit]

RegionDateFormatDistributing LabelRef
South KoreaAugust 18, 2009digital downloadYG Entertainment[13]
August 21, 2009CD[14]
June 20, 2011 (Reissue)CD
  • YG Entertainment
[15]
TaiwanSeptember 28, 2012CD+DVD(limited edition)Warner Music Taiwan[16]

References[edit]

  1. ^ abHan Sang, Hee (October 28, 2009). 'G-Dragon Shines on First Album'. Korea Times. Retrieved November 5, 2009.
  2. ^ ab'BIGBANG Sales Thread'. Onehallyu. Retrieved 2017-09-03.
  3. ^Kim, Lynn. G-Dragon conquers Korean music chartsAsia Economy. September 7, 2009. Retrieved September 29, 2009.
  4. ^[1](English) Kim, Lynn. G-Dragon Vol. 1 - Heartbreaker Yes Asia. Retrieved January 2, 2010.
  5. ^G-Dragon of Big Bang to Release Solo AlbumKBS World. Retrieved January 2, 2010.
  6. ^Han, Sang-hee. G-Dragon to Hold 1st Solo ConcertThe Korea Times. Retrieved January 2, 2010.
  7. ^YG Hits Sony Over Plagiarism Allegations. The Korea Times. September 25, 2009. Retrieved September 29, 2009.
  8. ^Lee Sung, Moo (October 28, 2009). 'Is Plagiarism a New Genre?'. The Korea Times. Retrieved November 7, 2009.
  9. ^‹See Tfd›(in Korean)지드래곤, '표절이라 단정하기엔 섣부른 판단!'. 한경닷컴. August 21, 2009. Retrieved Oct 2, 2009.
  10. ^‹See Tfd›(in Korean)“표절 경고장 불쾌”…양현석 뿔났다Archived 2012-07-17 at Archive.today. donga.com. September 25, 2009. Retrieved October 2, 2009.
  11. ^'2009 M.net Korean Music Festival Winners list'Archived 2013-01-27 at the Wayback Machine. MAMA. Retrieved 2014-06-12.
  12. ^Han, Sang-Hee (2009-11-22). 'Music Awards Has Fresh Yet Disappointing Start'. The Korea Times. Retrieved 2009-12-13.
  13. ^'1st Album : Heartbreaker'. YG Entertainment. Archived from the original on 2017-02-21. Retrieved 3 September 2017.
  14. ^'G-Dragon - Heartbreaker'. Discogs. Retrieved 2017-09-03.
  15. ^'G-Dragon - Heartbreaker'. Discogs. Retrieved 2017-09-03.
  16. ^'Warner Music Taiwan - G-Dragon'. Warner Music Taiwan. Retrieved 22 August 2017.

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