MC Hammer (L) and PSY perform during New Year's Eve celebrations in Times Square in New York December 31, 2012. (Photo : Reuters)
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.
"Gentlemen" will be available to Psy's Korean fans before he performs it in public the following day, the Washington Post reported. Last week, the international phenomenon told local television, "The new song is extremely fun and...what I can tell you is the song title is 'Gentleman.'"
Psy added, "I can't tell you about the dance, but all Koreans know this dance-but [those in] other countries haven't seen it."
According to Enstarz, Psy will perform his new song in Seoul's World Cup Stadium and has asked fans to wear all white clothing to the concert. The singer has teased the upcoming concert by posting photos of himself wearing all types on white clothing on his Twitter feed.
In one photo, Psy wrote, "#WhiteHappening lmfao!!! see this pic and let's be white on 0413," along with a photo of him in a white dress. Enstarz reported that Psy's stylist, Hong Hye-won, said the stylish singer will be sporting a new suit in his upcoming single's music video.
"The basic concept for his upcoming song is again a formal suit but with a humorous twist. I plan to add an unexpected twist for fun," the 35-year-old stylist said. "I made a point with a boy tie back in the 'Gangnam' look. There is something like that for the new song."
Psy became an international hit last summer when his single "Gangnam Style" went viral on YouTube. The song,which has been seen over 1.5 billion times, is the most seen video on YouTube.