Daesung to go on solo tour in Japan next year

The poster for Daesung's upcoming Japan tour [RND COMPANY]

Big Bang's Daesung will go on a solo tour in Japan, titled "'D's Is Me," in April, his agency RND Company said Tuesday.

The tour will kick off on April 13 and run until May 31, stopping at 10 cities, including Kobe, Nagoya and Osaka. He will hold 15 concerts during his tour.

Detailed information about the tour will be available on the website of the singer's official Japanese fan club, "D's light."

Daesung debuted as a member of hip-hop boy band Big Bang in 2006 under YG Entertainment. The band released hit songs such as "Lies" (2007), "Haru Haru" (2008), "Tonight" (2011), "Fantastic Baby" (2012) and "Bang Bang Bang" (2015).

Daesung released his first solo music, "Look at Me, Gwisoon," in 2008, a trot-themed song written and produced by fellow member G-Dragon.

The singer signed an exclusive contract with RND Company in April after leaving his former agency, YG Entertainment, in December 2022.

He held a live solo tour in Japan in August, which all sold out, according to his agency.

Daesung has also released a special single, "Flow," a remake version of singer Lee Han-chul's 2012 song of the same name, on Dec. 18. The remake track was Daesung's first solo release in Korea in 13 years since his song "Cotton Candy" in 2010.

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