South Korean rapper Psy plans to follow his “Gangnam Style” YouTube megahit with a single called “Gentleman” and is promising a “Psy Style” take on a traditional Korean dance to accompany the song’s release, which was moved up a day to April 12.
The announcement that South Korean star PSY of Gangnam Style will perform at the Chinese New Year has caused quite a stir in the social media.
Gangnam style and its popularity cannot be challenged! It has turned into one of the most successful cultural phenomena in the recent times and has truly broken down all language barriers and cultural lines.
So what has made PSYso popular? His song? His horse-style dance move? Or his relaxed attitude… attitude towards people infringing on his copyright?
Students of Massachusetts Institute of Technology are among the recent ones affected by the Gangnam style fever. The latest internet musical sensation by Korean singer Psy has also affected prominent linguist and professor at MIT, Noam Chomsky.
Watch: MIT Goes Gangnam Style
Even Wolverine becomes powerless as soon as the South Korean sensation PSY’s ‘Gangnam Style’ starts playing. Korean pop star Psy met Hugh Jackman on his visit on the sets of Wolverine to show him the dancing moves that have taken the world by storm.
One of the catchiest songs of 2012 and the Korean pop anthem ‘Gangnam style’ by Psy has finally invaded the world of football. Evidence for it came when Napoli player Edinson Cavani showed his craze for the famous style after scoring against Parma.