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BIGBANG's T.O.P Spotted Working in a Studio in the United States
It has been five years since BIGBANG went on an indefinite hiatus, with their latest release being the MADE album released in 2016. With the members pursuing solo activities, serving their mandatory military enlistment, and being plagued with controversies, BIGBANG's fans, V.I.Ps, are just patiently waiting for their return.
Recently, fans' hopes are once again brought to life when BIGBANG's rapper, T.O.P, was spotted working in a studio in the United States.
American music studio We Working Studios' music manager, Steve Lobel, recently shared on his Instagram Story a picture of him and T.O.P, alongside other Grammy award-winning producers, Scott Storch and B.Lee. He also added the Instagram handle of DJ Khaled.
Another Grammy award-winning producer, Diego Ave, also shared a picture of him and T.O.P on his Instagram Story.
Pictures of T.O.P working alongside the producers while in a studio have once again sparked speculations of a comeback. Although only T.O.P was present, a producer working with the BIGBANG rapper teased that the song might not be T.O.P's solo song, but it could be BIGBANG's.
Some fans also speculate that T.O.P is representing BIGBANG in the United States to prepare for a performance at a popular music festival, Coachella - which has been postponed several times due to the pandemic. In fact, BIGBANG was part of the artist lineup in the 2020 Coachella, however, they were not able to perform because of COVID-19.
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Although fans are not sure if it's T.O.P or BIGBANG possibly making a comeback, fans are still excited about the possibility and are expressing how they don't mind what it is as long as it's a comeback.
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BIGBANG's T.O.P Expresses His Wishes to Not Make a Comeback in South Korea
For years T.O.P dealt with criticism from the public following his marijuana case back in 2017. Since then, T.O.P has been out of the spotlight and has been continuing with his individual activities.
Back in February 2020, T.O.P held an Instagram live to chat with fans who have been waiting for his return. During his life, he revealed to fans that he had no plans of making a comeback in South Korea at all, as "people are too bad."
Although fans were disappointed, they still showed their support and expressed how they will wait for when he is ready.