In a recent interview with The New York Times, Ed Sheeran riffed on a number of topics prior to his sophomore album X’s impending release next week, including his new album, competition between fellow singer-songwriters and the album’s first single, “Sing.”
Psy has performed “Gangnam Style” all over the world. Well, everywhere except South Korea’s Gangnam district, which was the inspiration for the track. That is until today (June 18).
“Gangnam Style” is the first music video to hit the 2 billion mark on YouTube.
It seems Psy is sharing his “Gangnam Style” with Steven Tyler. In a new interview with Italy’s L’Uomo Vogue, the K-pop star reveals that he is working with the Aerosmith frontman on a new track.
This week an unlikely song debuts on Billboard’s Hot 100. Norwegian comedy duo Ylvis’ quirky viral hit “The Fox” lands at No. 29 on the chart.
K-Pop sensation PSY had the entire world galloping around at one point with “Gangnam Style,” the most-watched video of all time (1.5 billion views and counting), but the reality is that the hype surrounding him […]
K-pop superstar Psy is not easily insulted. Two days after Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong compared Psy to herpes, the “Gangnam Style” singer has responded.
The Green Day singer took to his Instagram account to roast the k-pop superstar, with his fans wholeheartedly agreeing with the sentiment.
Before PSY broke the unprecedented YouTube record of one billion views on the site with “Gangnam Style,” a legion of dedicated global fans were already supporting him and his K-pop peers. South Korea has 50 million people, but the videos from the country’s shiniest, glossiest pop stars, who sing mostly in Korean, were ranking millions of views past that on YouTube.
From the moment Psy appears in his new video (unexplainably kicking over a traffic cone in the first five seconds), you know “Gentleman,” the follow-up to the juggernaut that was “Gangnam Style,” is going to be every bit as strange as its predecessor.