Korean pop-star PSY has dropped his long-awaited collaboration with rapper Snoop Dogg, confusing the internet as to whether his track is taking the piss or is actually just terrible. Called Hangover, PSY and Snoop’s collaboration has now hit YouTube after being premiered on Jimmy Kimmel Live. The clip (below) follows PSY and Snoop through a
Future world-dominators Google have unveiled their global Top Charts for 2013, revealing what Australians and the rest of the world searched for the most this year, with Psy, Robin Thicke, Miley Cyrus, and Macklemore and Ryan Lewis dominating the music-oriented countdowns. Amid dead celebrities, The Block, and “What is Twerking?”, it seems Australians were still
Queen guitarist Brian May has confirmed that he will be collaborating with Korean popstar PSY, with the legendary axeman saying that he thinks the Gangnam Style rapper is a “significant artist”. The 65-year-old told MTV News UK that the pair recently met up for brunch to talk about the possibility of making beautiful music together:
If you’ve ever wondered who or what was responsible for South Korean popstar PSY, his single Gangnam Style and its awful follow-up Gentleman, we finally have the unlikely answer – it’s Queen and Freddie Mercury, with a little help from Robbie Williams. The musician told The Sun that he watched the British rock legends’ 1986
K-Pop icon PSY has been left visibly embarrassed after an entire stadium full of football fans began to boo during his performance at the Italian Cup Final half time. The booing was so loud, that organisers turned up the volume of his music in an attempt to drown it out, but that only makes it
Psy has thanked Green Day frontman, Billie Joe Armstrong, for describing him as “the herpes of music.” Psy’s gracious reply occurred during an interview with Fuse TV, where the Gangnam Style performer was informed of Armstrong’s Instagram post. When first told of Billie’s comment, Psy was unsure as to what herpes are. The presenter then
Billie Joe Armstong is back – and in finer form than ever, as it turns out. The recently embattled Green Day vocalist has taken aim at K-Pop ambassador PSY, and opened fire. In an Instagram post, Armstrong has labeled PSY “the herpes of music”. A pretty wild claim, but backed up by the comparison that
Yeah Yeah Yeahs frontwoman Karen O has revealed which side of the pop spectrum her own tastes lie in a recent interview. She’s taken a dig at Lady Gaga, saying the pop star lacks “a core authenticity or originality”, yet she feels a cultural connection with South Korean viral sensation PSY. Speaking with The Guardian,
It’s always difficult to watch artists struggle to hang onto whatever strands of their careers remain intact. Though we use the term ‘career’ loosely, such is the current state of K-Pop ambassador PSY. Having tolerated the Gangnam Style craze, we must now endure his follow-up single Gentleman and, judging by mainstream media’s penchant of flogging
Now this is something PSY would definitely not be breaking out a horse dance over. Adelaide Now and Pedestrian report that an image of the South Korean pop sensation – responsible for his worldwide smash hit Gangnam Style – has beem imprinted on a new, bad batch of drug LSD (aka acid) which is currently
Those of you heading to Future Music Festival and GoodLife this weekend are possibly curious as to how the world’s biggest novelty act of 2012, PSY, is travelling during his string of shows around the country…and what they actually consist of? The man responsible for the most-watched YouTube clip in history has been given a
Sydney party people, your day in the sun is upon you – Randwick Racecourse is going to be a hive of action this Saturday as tens of thousands of partygoers descend on the venue for the sold-out Future Music Festival! Following his stint in hospital last weekend, which caused him to miss the festival in
Move aside Justin Bieber – your time at the top of the YouTube ‘most watched clip’ mountain is up. It’s taken a bit of time, but everyone’s favourite South Korean pop sensation PSY is about to become the new record holder of the most-watched clip on YouTube with his infamous video for his worldwide smash,
Thought that Gangam Style video was the most-watched clip on YouTube ever?
It was inevitable – and to be honest, I’m surprised Virgin Mobile hasn’t booted Doug Pitt and brought him down here already.
PSY‘s all-conquering hit Gangnam Style has got punters dancing the world over, but not in the most pleasant of circumstances. In fact, two groups who partially share the song’s namesake have taken it to heart.
They might be cut off from most of the Western world, but North Korea is the latest country to embrace the Asian Macarena Circa 2012.