For The World

For the World
Big Bang
Released January 4, 2008[1]
Genre K-pop, hip hop, R&B
Language English, Japanese
Label YG Entertainment
Big Bang chronology

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For The World
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Singles from For the World
  1. "How Gee"

For the World is the first Japan mini-album by Korean hip-hop group Big Bang. The mini-album contains eight English songs with hip-hop, dance, and soul elements, co-composed and written by band member G-Dragon. The album charted on Oricon at the 10th place.[2]


No. TitleLyricsMusicArrangement Length
1. "V.I.P (Intro)" (English Version)Big BangG-Dragon, Kim Do HyunKim Do Hyun 0:40
2. "Big Bang" (English Version)Perry, G-DragonPerryPerry 3:25
3. "How Gee" (English Version)Big Bang, PerryBig Bang, PerryBrave Brothers 3:15
4. "Lies" (거짓말; Geojitmal, English Version)Perry, G-DragonG-DragonBrave Brothers 3:48
5. "So Beautiful" (없는 번호; Wrong Number, English Version)Perry, Big BangPerry, Brave BrothersBrave Brothers 3:39
6. "La La La" (English Version)Perry, Big BangPerryPerry 3:00
7. "Together Forever" (눈물뿐인 바보; Nunmulppunin Babo, English Version)Perry, Big BangJeon Seung WooJeon Seung Woo 4:02
8. "Always" (English Version)Perry, Big BangTeddy, PerryPerry 3:53

See also


External links

  • Official Site
  • YG Entertainment
  • Big Bang Japan Official Site
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