Nightmare on amalgam street

Though inspiration can be found anywhere, nobody seems to have found it in a more eclectic assortment than G-Dragon. Since Big Bang’s resident rapper finally took off on a successful solo career, the world has witnessed some pretty outrageous fashion concepts. Though his fashion tends to be louder than his music, nothing speaks louder than  his elaborate music videos; but behind the telephone sports coats, hearts carved in apples, and ever elusive women, lurks the mysterious origins from which he draws. Glancing at his newest PV for “Breathe,” I think I may have uncovered a few.

Although seeing “Breathe” actually being played on a piano mat would have kicked the crap out of “Heart and Soul” and “Chopsticks.”

To be fair, turkey vultures are kind of cute.

And his moves are kind of like he’s dancing his hat and gloves off.

I’ve helped you out a bit in case you couldn’t see it.

G-Dragon gets off easy: his bed sucks him into the dream world of the woman seen throughout the video. Glen suffers some minor flesh wounds.

You may recall G-Dragon’s last PV, where he was also lost inside a gigantic air dancer. Why stop a good thing?


3 thoughts on “Nightmare on amalgam street

  1. Lisa September 28, 2009 / 12:25 pm

    Haha, I love it. I love all the inpirations all mashed together. But those yellow gloves are somehow freaky.

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