"Gangnam Style" seems so 2012. It is! But what does that matter when you're dead and want to oppan funeral style?
Well, PSY's newest music video "Gentleman" looks like a smash hit. It also looks like it might be filled with product placements. Go figure!
Yesterday, Kotaku posted PSY's newest song, "Gentleman". And today, here's the video, which also includes PSY's latest dance. Have a look.
This Saturday, PSY will be performing at Seoul World Cup Stadium. According to AP, PSY said he will "share his new single with the world". Too late, it's already leaked online. That's the internet for ya!
You might be burned out on "Gangnam Style". Even if you are, this deserves your attention. It shows a flipbook of the "Gangnam Style" video. The entire music video.
PSY is sitting on top of the world. His song Gangnam Style is about to log its one billionth view, and PSY is performing in Washington D.C. in front of the President. Everything is going well for PSY, except one thing: his anti Anti-American protests.
Hugh Jackman, star of the upcoming Wolverine movie, does the horse dance with Gangnam Style maven PSY.
"Gangnam Style" has been nothing short of an internet phenomenon. But a new YouTube tweak might help bring that phenomenon to a swift end, regulating PSY's "Horse Dance" to something that's so September 2012.
I could do without the song, but I firmly believe the world would be a better place if everyone took a moment now and then to dance as if they were riding a horse while really having to pee. Apparently someone at Zynga agrees.
A pop sensation. Over four hundred million YouTube views. Number one on the charts in multiple countries. PSY and his tune "Gangnam Style" are a global sensation. But are they?
The inmates at Cebu Provincial Detention and Rehabilitation Center in The Philippines first captured the internet's imagination a few years back by doing dance routines.
OK, I think we've all had just about enough of this Gangnam Style business. So let's tie it all off neatly with what really should have been the first video game parody of the lot: Grand Theft Auto IV's.
If nothing else in this video proves his mastery of the dance, you know he at least gets credit for that escalator move. Well done, Deadpool. You've wowed us with your dancing yet again. I'm sure Psy himself would be impressed.
This summer, the K-pop single "Gangnam Style" hasn't only been popular in its native South Korea, but it has also captured the imagination of those outside the country. Gangnam is a ritzy area of Seoul and the term "Gangnam style" obviously refers to that district. However, Gangnam wasn't always galloping horse…
You sick of "Gangnam Style"? No? Up for watching this DragonCon 2012 Gangnam Style mash-up?