Kang Dae Sung (Hangul: 강대성), better known by his stage name Daesung, is a South Korean singer, actor and television host. Daesung made his musical debut in 2006 as a member of the South Korean boy band Big Bang. He debuted as a solo artist in South Korea under the group's record label YG Entertainment with the number one trot song "Look at Me, Gwisoon" in 2008. Since the inception of the Gaon Chart, Daesung achieved two Top 10 songs, the digital single "Cotton Candy" in 2010 and "Wings" from the 2012 Big Bang album Alive.
In 2013, under the stage name D-Lite, he released his first solo album in Japan under YGEX, called D'scover and embarked at his first Japanese tour. The following year, he released D'slove and his first number one album Delight in support of his second tour, that made Daesung the first Korean soloist to gather over 100,000 fans for two Japanese tours in a row. In 2017, he held his first Dome tour, performing for over 150,000 attendance with 4 shows and released his second number one album, D-Day, making him the second foreign male solo artist to have two consecutive number one albums in Japan after Michael Jackson.
In South Korean television, he was a member of the main cast of the top-rated comedy show Family Outing from 2008 to 2010, of the musical drama series What's Up (2011), and was one of the hosts of the talk show Night After Night (2010).