Relive Some Of The Most Epic Moments From Taeyang’s ‘White Night’ Concert In Kuala Lumpur
It was a white night in Kuala Lumpur on Sunday when a member of one of South Korea’s most acclaimed boybands, BIG BANG, took centre stage at Stadium Negara.
Taeyang was in town over the weekend for his ‘2017 World Tour’ to promote his latest album, White Night. This marked his second solo concert in Malaysia and fourth time here altogether, twice with BIG BANG.
All decked in bedazzled white stage outfits, Taeyang captivated the screaming Malaysian fan girls (and boys) with his vocals and stage presence.
The R&B idol performed 18 songs, like ‘Darling’, ‘Wake Me Up’, ‘Wedding Dress’, ‘Ringa Linga’, as well as five extra songs during the encore stage, including BIGBANG’s ‘Last Dance’, ‘Bang Bang Bang’ and ‘Fantastic Baby’.
Sadly, the ‘White Night’ concert was the last time many of us would be seeing the 29-year-old singer live for the next few years as he will soon begin his mandatory military service in the coming months.
So, let’s relive Taeyang’s farewell tour together with these epic moments from the ‘White Night in Kuala Lumpur’ concert.
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Taeyang of BIGBANG gets intimate with fans at White Night concert in Kuala Lumpur
Maybe it’s the telling signs of maturity, but the latest studio offering from Dong Young-bae – better known by his stage name Taeyang – sounds conspicuously mellow.
Aurally, the faster numbers on third mini album White Night don’t exactly fit the bill of flashy flavour-of-the-moment bangers. Past releases such as boisterous Ringa Linga and trap-heavy Good Boy (the epic collaboration with fellow bandmate G-Dragon) titillate with their psychedelic sound.
And who can forget the Gyeonggi-do native’s contribution as one fifth of the mega titan group BigBang on the swaggering K-pop masterpiece that is Fantastic Baby?
Sure, one could point out that the 29-year-old’s solo pursuits found success on the sentimental ballad spectrum.
But considering all of the above, there’s no denying that White Night is still a comparatively tame offering.
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