Big Bang dominates Chinese music awards
The musical prowess of the K-pop boy group Big Bang has been recognized in China once again.
Big Bang dominated the QQ Music Awards, hosted by the Chinese streaming site QQ Music, winning the top awards in four different categories.
The Wednesday night ceremony was filled with Chinese stars like JJ Lin, Jay Chou and Wang Leehom.
Big Bang was named as the group with the best music video, the most popular among overseas groups, and the group with the most number of albums sold. G-Dragon, the leader of the group, was also named as the most influential individual artist.
The group showcased their signature songs “Bang Bang Bang,” “Fantastic Baby” and “Loser” at the ceremony.
A Chinese pianist who played the song “Loser” at the event wrote a comment about the group on his Weibo account, saying, “Big Bang was professional, and sharing the stage with them was wonderful.”
The five-member idol group is currently holding a series of fan meets in eight different Chinese cities.
BY JEONG BYUNG-KI