PSY's new single, "Gentleman", sounds exactly like "Gangnam Style"

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      Well, here it is, the brand new sure-to-be-a-raging-hit single from PSY: "Gentleman".

      That is, if it can top the ridiculous randomness of the video for "Gangnam Style" which was more or less responsible for the embarrassing success of the song, which was, let's face it, terrible. PSY must be sweating in his suit under the pressure to make this video as intriguingly stare-at-the-car-wreck addictive as the first. Not to mention a dance move that will sweep the nation. 

      Because "Gentleman" is simply not going to be a hit without one. PSY has stuck as close to his cash-cow as possible by creating a new single that is basically "Gangnam Style" with (slightly) different words over a painfully mediocre dance track that is like "2 Unlimited" with the safe button on. 

      This is the Korean maybe one-hit-wonder's second stab at a follow up to "Gangnam Style". The first one was nixed because the song's name "Assarabia" or "Assaravia" was seen to be offensive to Arabian people, maybe. (No word from actual Arabians on that.)




      Apr 12, 2013 at 11:40pm

      cool story bro


      Apr 15, 2013 at 1:29pm

      you are aware that psy has been singing in Korea for an extensive amount of years and is a very respected entertainer in Korea, right? as far as 'gangnam style' being a "cash cow" for him, i can see you are unaware of his success in Korea. he makes enough money over there as it is. who cares if his music doesn't get big here anyway? i find it retarded that Americans listened to "gangnam style" in the first place. you don't even know what the hell he's saying!


      May 23, 2013 at 8:39am

      @koreanguy: People listen to all kinds of music all around the world in different languages they might not know and they still like it. But, if you think that PSY isn't banking on the success of 'Gangnam Style' then you are fooling yourself. Even if he doesn't need it, he wants it, same for me, you, and everybody else.