South Korean BigBang’s leader, G-Dragon released his latest solo album titled “Kwon Ji Yong” on June 8. And while he topped music charts for his title track “Untitled, 2014” and receiving supports from fans all over the world, he also received support from his all-time famous fan, Jaden Smith.

On June 12, Jaden Smith posted on his official Twitter account a screenshot of G-Dragon’s latest album on Apple Music. The screenshot featured the lists of tracks on the album which indicates this has been on his playlist and that he has been listening to it.

Will G-Dragon and Jaden Smith to collaborate?

Jaden Smith reportedly wanted to become a Korean pop star.

This report had been released shortly after the tweet saying he seriously wanted to be a K-pop star.

The 18-year-old Hollywood actor is known to be a fan of K-pop. Previously, he even showed love for the BIGBANG leader, saying “he is his inspiration.” G-Dragon responded to the tweet by saying it is good to see Will Smith’s son and hinted that they should at least “do something” together.

The collaboration between G-Dragon and Jaden Smith might not be impossible as Smiths are known to be friends with YG Entertainment’s CEO, Yang Hyun Suk. It can be recalled that in 2013, Jaden and Will Smith visited the YG Entertainment headquarters during their visit in South Korea.

Jaden and his dad met with the YG Entertainment’s CEO as well as the artists of the agency which includes BIGBANG’s G-Dragon, T.O.P, Taeyang, former 2NE1 member and now a solo artist, CL and the producers Choice 37 and Teddy.

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During this meeting, they took individual photos and even exchanged contact numbers.

G-Dragon tops music charts with 'Untiled, 2014'

BIGBANG’s G-Dragon reportedly grabbed a “perfect all-kill” for his solo song titled “Untitled, 2014.”

On June 12, iChart revealed that the BIGBANG’s leader’s new song took the top spot for all six major South Korea’s daily and real-time charts, including the weekly charts. The new song also reportedly reached its first “certified all-kill” on June 9.

In a report, G-Dragon’s title track was supposed to be the song titled “BULLSH*T” but since BIGBANG has been making headlines for a long time now because of T.O.P’s marijuana scandal, he reportedly changed it to “Untitled,2014” instead. The change was so sudden that the fans speculated that it has something to do with his fellow member’s controversy.

Meanwhile, “Untitled, 2014” music video which was released on June 8 has surpassed 11 million views on YouTube.