As Psy readies his next single, retailers are paying close attention to what he wears, hoping his wardrobe choice for his next hit will spark a global trend.
YouTube's most celebrated performer could make history all over again. In 2012, Psy first posted the music video to his song "Gangnam Style." The video became an instant hit and received worldwide recognition. On December 21, 2012, it became the first YouTube video to reach one billion views and currently has over 1.4 billion. The superstar has now announced the release of his follow-up single for April 13.
Psy's 'Gangnam Style," made history as the first YouTube video to break one billion views. Released in July 2012, the video now has nearly 1.4 billion views and is known worldwide. But one man can't survive off just one single, no matter its success. Even Psy knows that, which is why the Korean performer has announced his follow-up to "Gangnam Style." Finally.
Psy's Hit son "Gangnam Style" is one of the most popular and influential songs of 2012.But the song's legacy has just been clouded slightly by a tragedy.
The South Korean singer reportedly performed several anti-American concerts between 2002 and 2004.
The overnight success of Korean singer Psy's "Gangnam Style" will finally pay off, and in a big way.
The duo's mashup brought the audience members to their feet during Sunday night's AMA.
The international super star joined the social news website to answer fans questions on his music, fame and life.
After Psy's YouTube success in the US last summer, could Algeria's Khaled be the next international star to become famous in the States through the video sharing site?
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More than 80,000 people in Seoul, South Korea caught Psy fever as they performed the dance routine to his international viral hit "Gangnam Style" in unison.
The international mega-hit has three new versions, including an acoustic version, a Capella, and one without music.
The international hit sensation, which has inspired a multitude of viral parodies and tributes, broke a Guinness World Record earlier this week.
'Gangnam Style' video parodies and covers continue to flood video-sharing site, YouTube.
South Korean pop superstar Psy, the man behind the "Gangnam Style" craze sweeping America has been featured on 6 hit TV shows plus the MTV 2012 Video Music Awards. And all of this went down just in the month of September.