His second studio album, Rise, peaked at number 112 on the US Billboard 200 Chart, becoming the highest ranking album by a Korean soloist to enter the chart, The collaboration eventually led him to successfully audition into the duo's record label YG Entertainment, where he met fellow trainee G-Dragon and former trainee Jun. Instead, they were joined by four other trainees (T. P, Daesung, Seungri, and Hyun-Seung) to form the group Big Bang.
The group's formation was documented on television.
L's fourth studio album Forever, her solo debut album was released in August 2003, entitled Stylish.
In February 2006, Lee released her follow-up album, Dark Angel. ", was controversial as the songwriters of Britney Spears' single "Do Somethin'" accused the "Get Ya! She played a pop star who is diagnosed with a terminal illness that leaves her only months to live.
Before their official debut, Hyun-Seung was dropped and their final lineup consisted of five members.
Choosing the stage-name Taeyang (meaning sun) because "the sun is the brightest star from the incalculable stars in the universe," and included Taeyang's first solo song "Ma Girl." The group achieved mainstream success with the release of the song "Lies" (Korean: 거짓말; Revised Romanization: Geojitmal) from their first extended play Always (2007).
Lee Hyori (Hangul: 이효리; Hanja: 李孝利; born May 10, 1979), is a South Korean singer, actress, record producer, activist, and television presenter. In 2003, she released her debut solo album Stylish which won several "Artist of the Year" awards. The second release from their debut album, "To My Boyfriend", became the first of their multiple number one hits. In January 2005, Lee made her acting debut in the SBS TV series Three Leaf Clover, starring opposite Ryu Jin, Kim Jung-hwa, Kim Kang-woo, and Lee Hoon.
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Immortal Song 2: Singing the Legend (Coreano: 불후의 명곡 Ⅱ - 전설을 노래하다; Romanizado: Bulhooae Myeonggok II - Jeonseoleul Nurehada) es un programa de competencia musical y comenzó a transmitirse el 4 de junio de 2011 como parte de Saturday Freedom.
El espectáculo está tratando de mostrar a los espectadores que los ídolos son muy buenos cantantes y pueden desafiar canciones inmortales.
Wheesung has also done a large number of collaborations, as well as writing and composing songs for other artists.