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Kpop star G-Dragon recently hosted pop idol Justin Bieber in the recording studio. G-Dragon told 2013 MAMA that Justin Bieber joined him on at least one track after performing for the first time in Korea. G-Dragon says his duet with Selena Gomez's ex-boyfriend might drop next year.
G-Dragon's real name is Kwon Ji Yong. The Kpop star debuted as the leader of the rap duo Big Bang. G-Dragon's debut solo album came out in 2009. It was called "Heartbreaker." Justin Bieber had a hit this summer called "Heartbreaker." Rumors swirled that it was about Selena Gomez.
At the press conference before the opening of 2013 MAMA in Hong Kong, reporters asked G-Dragon, "When Justin Bieber recently came to Korea, you performed at his concert together and afterwards, we are aware that you spent time together. It was nice to see the two of you spending time together but do you have any thoughts of holding a concert in the States or making a debut there with Justin Bieber?"
G-Dragon answered "I always have plans. Rather than a big project, at this time, I want to just do something in a way where it's more like artists that connect well meet and enjoy things together. That way it'd be more comfortable and allow a fun song to be made. If I were to tell you one thing, it'd be that Justin Bieber has already completed the recording. It's my turn now. You'll probably be able to meet [this song] next year."
Just last month, G-Dragon was a surprise guest in Justin Bieber's first Korean concert. In the middle of the Bieb's stop at the Olympic Park's gymnasium in Seoul, G-Dragon hit the stage for a surprise performance of his song "Crayon."
Earlier this year, G-Dragon collaborated with Grammy Award-winning musician Missy Elliott on the songs "Chugalug" and "NiLiria."