Don't Make Me Scream. Rap Daddy Firecracker Jihadeen Coup d'Etat. blue highlight denotes track pick.
Rap Daddy Firecracker Jihadeen Coup d'Etat.
This is G-Dragon’s COUP D’ETAT! In typical YG fashion, the Big Bang leader’s second solo album features a whopping four title songs: Black featuring Jennie Kim, Who You?, Crooked and Niliria, which is released in both a solo version and a collaboration version with Missy Elliot. The exciting collaboration was unveiled at a special performance on M Countdown: What’s Up LA in August.
Coup d'Etat (stylized as COUP D'ETAT) is the second studio album by South Korean rapper G-Dragon, member and leader of the K-pop group Big Bang. The first five tracks of the album were released on September 2, 2013, the next seven tracks were released on September 5, and physical copies were released on September 13. The album contains the single "MichiGO" which was released earlier in 2013.
Korean, Romanization, and English lyrics of 'COUP D'ETAT' album by G-DRAGON. Genres: Rap/Hip Hop. September 5, 2013. Album Songs: 1. COUP D’ETAT (쿠데타) (Feat.
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