The man who brought you "Gangnam Style" is back with a new video that'll make you ask yourself "What the **** did I just watch?" Psy's new video is called "Daddy". That should tell you everything you need to know. Or not. This video has broken my brain...
It seems one of the disadvantages of always wearing sunglasses is that it makes it a lot easier for somebody to impersonate you. Even if you're incredibly famous. That's how an impostor managed to party it up at Cannes, while celebrities were excitedly tweeting about meeting Psy.
A few days ago, Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong posted a picture of K-Pop star Psy to his Instagram page with the caption, "This dude is the herpes of music. Once you think it's gone, it comes back.#herpes #flareup #pleasegoaway." Which is kind of what we said. Billie, are you reading our posts?
Psy already made history with his new video for 'Gentleman,' and even though he makes it look easy, that doesn't mean the viral K-Pop superstar didn't put in a slew of work on the single and its promo. The man busts his butt -- and he's not always happy about it.
Orange parking cones, man. They'll get ya every time, even if you're a superstar like Psy. The Korean sensation followed up his bazillion-times-viewed video for 'Gangnam Style' with the new clip for 'Gentleman,' which is now banned in Korea by the state-funded Korean Broadcasting System since it depicts the singer kicking a parking cone. WTF?
Meet the new Psy, not the same as the old Psy. In the new video for "Gentleman," the South Korean singer/viral video phenom kicks a soccer ball away from a group of kids, pulls a chair from under a date as she tries to sit and smashes beer cans. And dances. A lot. But we all expected that.
Just in case you were sick of the inescapable Psy hit 'Gangnam Style,' don't worry -- he is, too. As a matter of fact, the South Korean sensation closed the book on the 'Gangnam' phenomenon for 2013 at last night's 'New Year's Rockin' Eve' performance!