"Gangnam Style" Hits Sydney
Psy brought "Gangnam Style" to Australia, setting up stage in Sydney's central business district and performing his hit song on Seven Network's "Sunrise" morning show on Wednesday (October 17).
The South Korean rapper has taken the world by storm; his extraordinarily popular music video has topped over 480 million hits on YouTube, thanks in large part to its over-the-top visuals and its now famous "horse dance." Psy performed that dance for hundreds of fans at Martin Place.
[Psy (Park Jai-sang)]:
"Someone like concerning about going to be one hit wonder or what so, but the thing is, even if it is one hit wonder I don't care because still, look at them, today so beautiful, so this is OK."
Even if Psy becomes a one hit wonder, his song has been phenomenally popular. It has peaked at the number one spot in many charts around the globe, including Australia and the UK. It currently sits at number 2 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Of course, he hopes his music career keeps moving forward. The 34-year-old rapper, who looks to have "fun by music," is planning to release a new album in the US in November.