At long last, Psy has returned! The Korean viral sensation just released "Gentleman," the follow-up track to the unbelievably addictive "Gangnam Style," and judging by the internet's reaction-- it's a hit.
The electro-pop song features more English lyrics than "Gangnam," though we're still a bit confused as to what the singer's actually saying. According to the Associated Press, the danceable jam "pokes fun at a self-claimed gentleman who enjoys his time at a dance club." Although the song has already leaked online, New York Magazine reports it is officially set to premiere via YouTube live-stream Saturday at 5:30 a.m from Seoul's World Cup Stadium.
It may be too soon to say but it seems like "Gentleman" has already embarked on its internet takeover. The Associated Press reports that the song's title was a top keyword in South Korea on Friday.
Will the internet's favorite pony dancer rise above one-hit-wonder designation? Will a new "Gentleman" themed dance craze sweep the globe? What exactly is a "mother father gentleman"? The suspense is killing us.
Listen to the song above and let us know if you're already plotting your hilarious viral cover ala Ai Weiwei.
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