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Hot (Taeyang album)

Released May 22, 2008
Recorded 2008
Genre R&B, hip hop, Pop
Label YG Entertainment
Producer Yang Hyun Suk, Teddy, Kush
Taeyang chronology


Hot is the first extended play (EP) and first solo album by Korean singer Taeyang, member of Big Bang. The album was well received by fans and critics alike, winning two trophies from The 6th Korean Music Awards for the 2008 Best R&B/Soul Song (나만 바라봐, "Only Look At Me") and the 2008 Best R&B/Soul Album (Hot).[1] Taeyang is the first "Idol group" or boyband member to receive such awards.

Two singles were released from the album, "Gido" (Hangul: 기도; "Prayer") and "Naman Barabwa" (Hangul: "나만 바라봐"; "Only Look At Me"), with music videos produced for each song. "Make Love" from this album was remade by Big Bang to be featured in their Japanese album Number 1. Bandmate G-Dragon recorded a "Part two" version of "Only Look At Me", and released it as a digital single, "나만 바라봐 Part 2 (Only Look At Me Part 2)." Both versions were performed at the 2008 M.Net MKMF Awards, where each member of Big Bang performed a song with Korean singer Hyori Lee.


No. TitleLyricsMusicArrangement Length
1. "Intro - Hot"  G-DragonG-Dragon, Brave BrothersBrave Brothers 1:30
2. "Prayer (featuring Teddy)" (기도; Gido)Teddy, KushTeddyTeddy, Kush 3:41
3. "Only Look at Me" (나만 바라봐; Naman Barabwa)Teddy, KushTeddyTeddy 4:01
4. "Sinner" (죄인; Jwein)Yang Hyun SukGabe LopezRevel, JVC, Gabe Lopez 3:13
5. "Baby I'm Sorry"  G-DragonJeon Seung WooJeon Seung Woo 4:06
6. "Make Love (featuring Kush)"  S-KushS-KushS-Kush, Shoi Kyu Sung 3:25
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