G Dragon’s “Crooked” wins 2013 MTV Iggy’s Song of the Year
D-Bo, Jan. 21, 2014, 11:31 a.m.
Big Bang member G Dragon’s “Crooked” has been chosen as 2013 MTV Iggy’s Song of the Year. In a one week poll, G Dragon’s Crooked, received 47.7% of the vote, while Bunji Garlin’s “Differentology” was close behind with 47.68% of the votes.
MTV Iggy commented, “EDM proved that it had some staying power. Dubstep proved that it might not. K-pop spread its global dominance a little more,” and “The songs of the year were made by people from countries as diverse as France, Korea, Canada, Trinidad and Tobago, the United Kingdom, New Zealand, Ghana, Germany, and Chile.”
About G-Dragon’s “Crooked,” MTV Iggy commented, “Big Bang’s G-Dragon made a big splash in the world of K-pop and beyond with his solo album Coup D’etat. ‘Crooked’ from that album was the endlessly replayable sound of him breaking big. Ahem. We called it in 2012.”
Other Korean artists that were nominated for Song of the Year were 2NE1 with “Falling in Love”.