South Korean music sensation Psy has finally released the much-awaited follow up to his international viral hit 'Gangnam Style,' an electro-pop number called 'Gentleman.'
South Korean YouTube sensation Psy is performing his new song release concert at Seoul Olympic Stadium in South Korea.
In less than 24 hours, international pop sensation Psy will be unveiling the new dance to his new single, "Gentleman," during a streamed live concert in Seoul.
Psy is out to prove he is no one hit wonder with new single, 'Gentleman.'
PSY's newest single has leaked early, giving fans a chance to listen before he unveils the subsequent dance and music video.
South Korean YouTube sensation Psy hopes to recreate his success with his hit single "Gangnam Style" with his upcoming song called "Gentleman." The new song, which will come with a new dance, is set for release on April 12.
PSY has announced the title to his new track, set for release on April 13 during a live streaming event.
After absolutely dominating the pop culture landscape with Gangman Style, whatever PSY is working on now is going to be eagerly listened to by millions of people around the world. However, the Korean artist's song is not even out yet, and already it's making headlines.
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.
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The overnight success of Korean singer Psy's "Gangnam Style" will finally pay off, and in a big way.