Psy is back! The ‘Gangnam Style’ superstar has returned to the viral video ranks with his bizarre new ‘Daddy’ music video, which sees him playing both a little boy and an old man. It’s weird, creepy and oh so addicting — watch it here!
South Korean singer Psy broke the Internet in 2012 with his over-the-top “Gangnam Style” video, and now, it appears he’s prepared to reach viral video fame once again, this time with the release of his latest music video, “Daddy.” In it, the K-pop goofball plays both an old man and a creepy looking little boy, and while we’re not 100 percent sure what’s going on in this song, we can tell you that it’s a total must-see. Watch it here!
Watch PSY’s ‘final’ performance of ‘Gangnam Style’ and tell us: Will you miss the rapper’s anti-American moves?
Glee did it. Britney Spears did it. Babies on YouTube did it. “Gangnam Style” was the dance nightmare you couldn’t wake up from in 2012, no matter how desperately you tried, but it doesn’t sound like our suffering will subside in 2013! “Being in Times Square on New Year’s Eve is already special — it’s the biggest stage in the universe — plus it’s my birthday, so, with all that, it may be the ending of ‘Gangnam Style,'” PSY told MTV News shortly before bringing the horsey dance to New Year’s Rockin’ Eve on Dec. 31.
Psy has done his iconic horsey dance with countless musicians this year — but it’s never been this ‘Legit!’
Two worlds collided Nov. 18 at the American Music Awards when MC Hammer joined Psy on stage for an epic collaboration of “Gangnam Style” and “Too Legit To Quit.” There was dancing. There was singing. There were hammer pants.
Plus, check out those costumes! Is the glee club really doing ‘Gangnam Style’ at Sectionals?
Considering it’s up to more than 600 million views on YouTube, you knew it was only a matter of time before Psy‘s “Gangnam Style” got the Glee treatment — and the wait is almost over! As a thank-you to Gleeks who have been waiting patiently during the show’s current hiatus, FOX has released a special behind-the-scenes video of New Directions getting down to the South Korean phenomenon.
As if we couldn’t get enough of Korean superstar Psy’s catchy hit ‘Gangnam Style!’ For one baby, the dance song is now a lunchtime staple.
Little baby Benjamin cries and refuses to eat for his father as any baby normally would during lunch time. But Benjamin’s father has a secret trick — Korean pop tune Gangnam Style!
Psy’s homecoming concert attracted a frightening mass of loyal followers.
The more footage I see of South Korean rapper Psy, the more I’m convinced his international hit single “Gangnam Style” is actually a form of mind control. As evidenced in this new video, Psy’s latest brainwashing stunt was conducted Oct. 4 at a concert in Seoul where — wait for it — 80,000 fans showed up to do the manic horsey dance in unison.
This outrageous new parody video features the decorated men in charge of defending our freedom — to dance!
I’m calling it now: Psy‘s “Gangnam Style” is officially the new “Call Me Maybe,” and the proof is in the parodies. Members of the U.S. Naval Academy recently used their down time to stage an elaborate spoof of the South Korean rapper’s inexplicable hit — and oh yes, their video has already gone viral.
The South Korean rapper, and recent YouTube sensation, drew a massive crowd Sept. 14 in NYC.
Psy continued his domination of the United States this morning with a sprightly performance of “Gangnam Style” on the Today show. Dressed in a blinding green tuxedo, and joined by a flurry of cheerful back-up dancers, the South Korean rapper had everyone in Rockefeller Plaza — and the crowd was indeed massive — doing his trademark dance.