SEOUL: Korean boy band Big Bang's G-Dragon's upcoming solo album will feature a collaboration with American hip-hop artist Ludacris, reported Korean media.
"G-Dragon and Ludacris had worked together to record a duet late last year.
"Ludacris is featured in one of the raps in G-Dragon's composition, which is expected to be released in G-Dragon's solo album this summer," said a representative of G-Dragon's management agency, YG Entertainment on Monday.
Ludacris apparently showed so much interest in working with Big Bang when he first visited Korea in September 2011, that he wound up completing a collaborative production with G-Dragon before his departure.
G-Dragon, whose real name is Kwon Ji Yong, released his first solo album "Heartbreaker" in August 2009 and staged his first solo concert Shine a Light in December that same year.
Source: Channel News Asia
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