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Psy"s "Gangnam Style" Chosen by the Collins English Dictionary as Word of the Year

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The Collins English Dictionary chose Psy′s Gangnam Style as its word of the year.

Through its webpage, the Collins English Dictionary recently released its list of ′Twelve Words of 2012′. Psy′s Gangnam Style was chosen as the word of November.

The word joined the ranks of such influential words as ′Sandy′, the name of the hurricane that swept through America, and ′Eurogeddon′, the word that refers to the European economic crisis and connects it with ′armageddon′.

The Collins English Dictionary chooses 12 words a year, one for each month, taking into consideration their frequency of usage and future life.

It introduced Gangnam Style as a song that spawned numerous parodies from around the world, and mentioned that its music video became the most viewed video on YouTube in November.

Psy, "I Don't Have any Plans to Make a Gangnam Style English Version"

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Psy, I Dont Have any Plans to Make a Gangnam Style English VersionPsy revealed that he has no intentions of making a "Gangnam Style" English version.

Psy had stated in an interview with MTV that he does not plan to make an English version of "Gangnam Style."

Psy stated, "I don't want to confuse the 160 million people who have already watched my video. There will be no English version." His video is currently over 200 million views.

He continued, "I don't think this song has anything to do with the language aspect of it. It's just the dance and the sound and the visuals that make it fun and attract people's attention."

He did state that although he does not have any intentions of making an English version of "Gangnam Style," he does have plans to make a whole new English album.

PSY: "No English Version of 'Gangnam Style'"

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PSY: "No English Version of 'Gangnam Style'"

Although the track has gone viral, performed on the MTV Video Music Awards stage, and attracted the attention of worldwide music superstars such as Katy Perry and Britney Spears, PSY revealed that there will not be an English version release of his hit “Gangnam Style.”

Local news agencies reported that PSY has disclosed this in an interview with MTV and posted on their web site. The rapper of the moment stressed that there were more non-verbal elements to the track, such as its music and the famous dance move that has already appealed to a wide audience, and that there would be no need to confuse them with an English version.

At the time of the interview, the “Gangnam Style” video posted on PSY’s official YouTube channel has had 160 million views. As of press time, PSY’s “Gangnam Style” records more than 218 million views.

An English language release, however, is not impossible. PSY has met with Scooter Braun, Justin Bieber’s manager, which paves the way for an album in English later on.

Will PSY release an English version of "Gangnam Style"? + interview with MTV

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Will PSY release an English version of Gangnam Style? + interview with MTVAfter becoming a U.S. sensation with his latest single "Gangnam Style," PSY recently sat down for an interview with MTV to discuss his future plans.

As of now, the official music video for "Gangnam Style" has had over 212 million views on YouTube, but PSY doesn't plan to change any of the lyrics to appeal to his new fanbase. He commented, "The Korean version is what everyone fell in love with, after all. The thing is, already like 160 something million people saw the video all over the world, so if I change it now, like 160 million people [will get] confused." PSY went on to explain that for this track, the nonverbal cues, dance moves, and how it looks and sounds was the point of the story, and that verbal parts were not that important.

The artist then announced that he would soon be releasing another single, this time in English. "After I can be somebody in the U.S, and then of course I have to release now the single, and that will be in English. I [have all my] equipment and media stuff in Korea so I have to go back and I got to write another song and then I have to bring it here."

PSY will also be bringing back some of his older dance moves from past Korean singles. Before the horse dance helped him receive huge popularity, the bird dance from his debut song "Bird" also has a significance. He stated, "I've done this 12 years, and I've done these kinds of moves my entire career, so actually I have several more left. So, I'm going to make some new songs with my old moves."

Meanwhile, PSY was recently signed by Scooter Braun to Schoolboy Records, and PSY shared his impressions of the manager: "When I see Scooter Braun I feel like I'm watching a mirror because we have really same character mental-wise, working hard, not sleeping, working hard, partying hard, drinking hard and then working hard, loving life, loving music," Psy said. "When we talk together we are brother from a different mother. He was the very first manager that I met in the U.S., but he was the first and last because we are so similar."

PSY also appeared on NBC's "Extra" earlier this week for a flashmob and live interview, and he is scheduled to appear on the "Ellen" show on September 19th (PST).

Watch PSY's complete interview with MTV below? Will you be looking forward to an English single?

Psy is asked to compare 'Daddy' and 'Bell Bottoms' to 'Gangnam Style'

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Psy is asked to compare 'Daddy' and 'Bell Bottoms' to 'Gangnam Style'

Psy held a press convention on November 30 at the Conrad Hotel where he discussed the immense luck of "Gangnam Style" and the consequent burden.

SEE ALSO: Psy previews one of his double-title songs 'Bell Bottoms'

When asked to compare his double identify tracks "Daddy" and "Bell Bottoms" to "Gangnam Style," he replied, "I will do no such comparison.  The weight of 'Gangnam Style' was once as well as heavy, so I do not eventidecross to Gangnam often.  I will courteously decline from any comparison with 'Gangnam Style.'  More than that, please pay attention to how I created the nine songs in the album with the maximum care."

He also statedall overthe click conference, "It took too long for me to unlock new music. It took two years and 8 months since 'Gentleman' and 3 years and five months since my 6th album.  I did no longerunderstand it would take this long.  Just like how they say that there might be a fourth dimensionreading is the perfect for honor students, there has been a amount of time where songchanged into the simplest for me, yet as the netizens said, I presumed that regardless of what I wrote, whether I used to be feeling oppressed, stressed, or had the yank disease, I idea that if I wrote like this, it willnow notare living up to 'Gangnam Style.'

"There were too many mind in my brain even ahead of 1started writing songs, thoughts like 'If I do it like this, other folksout of the countrywouldn't understand.'  Taking care of all the ones thoughts directly took an overly long time.  I were given back somewhat of my sanity whilstfunctioning atthe school festival early this year.  At one moment, I thought, 'I chose this occupation because I sought after to do what I wished to do, so why am I not able to do what I would like to makeat the moment and being like this?'"

Psy's 'Gangnam Style' reaches over 2.4 billion perspectives on YouTube!

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Psy's 'Gangnam Style' reaches over 2.4 billion perspectives on YouTube!

Psy"s "Gangnam Style" still holds the esteemed name of being the maximum watched video of all-time on YouTube, having shaken the global song front with its strangely addicting yet hypnotic "horse dance" and its anthemic "Oppa Gangnam Style" chorus.

Three years after its release, "Gangnam Style" is still racking up views. On August 24, the MV reached a whopping 2.4 billion views. to place that into perspective, this is just about a 3rd of this complete world"s population! To commemorate this feat, YG uploaded a post on its legitimate blog and social media celebrating the exceptional approval for "Gangnam Style." The image they uploaded is an animated edition of the kooky singer/rapper forever frozen in area doing his signature "horse dance."

Congratulations to Psy and YG for their explosive luck with "Gangnam Style"!

[PSY – "GANGNAM STYLE" M/V HITS 2.4 BILLION VIEWS]Watch the video @ https://t.co/JRdJPVu6FQ@psy_oppa #GANGNAMSTYLE pic.twitter.com/OLAWr6OF5W

— YG circle of relatives (@ygent_official) August 24, 2015

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YG States not anything made a decision relating to Reports of Psy′s Comeback with ′Gangnam Style′ Composer

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YG States not anything made a decision relating to Reports of Psy′s Comeback with ′Gangnam Style′ Composer

--> Psy′s firm addressed reports claiming that the singer is returning with a music through composer Yoo Gun Hyung.

A rep from YG Entertainment mentioned on August 24, "Nothing definite has been set in regards to the topic yet."

Psy is recently making ready to make a comeback in September. There used to be popular hobby when reports that Psy used to be operating with Yoo Gun Hyung surfaced. Psy worked with Yoo Gun Hyung on 2012 hit Gangnam Style, which went directly to grow to be a global hit.

However, the firm drew the line now now not most effective when it comes to Psy operating with Yoo Gun Hyung yet with the recent song′s unencumber date. The rep stated, "It′s true that [Psy] is making ready with the purpose of freeing an album in September. However, beyond that, no other subjects had been decided on."

Kick-Ass" Chloe Moretz stuffs her face, dances to "Gangnam Style", and curses in satoori on "SNL Korea"

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Hollywood actress Chloe Moretz learned a lot about Korae on "SNL Korea"!

The actress visited Korea for 4 days this past weekend, guided by singer Eric Nam, and she featured on "SNL Korea" with Eric! She asked Eric for advice on how she could leave an impression on her Korean fans, and he coached her through the "Do you know---" questions, eating broadcast, dancing the way Koreans like it, and even cursing as Koreans do.

At first, Chloe seems to be flustered but willing to learn everything - but at the end she shows that her lessons have really paid off as she gives the comedian a run for her money with her own satoori cursing.

Check out the video above!

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“Gangnam Style” Choreographer to Formally Debut as a Singer

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“Gangnam Style” Choreographer to Formally Debut as a Singer

Lee Joo Seon, the man behind the famous horse trot dance of Psy’s Internet-breaking hit “Gangnam Style,” is making the move from backstage to front stage.

On May 27, the choreographer will make his official debut as a singer with single “DRUWA.” “DRUWA” is a stylized spelling of “deu ru wa,” which is roughly the Korean slang equivalent of “come at me” in English.

“DRUWA” is an EDM track written by rapper G-MASTA and features the vocals of Joo Hee from musical trio 8Eight.

Fine Tree Communications comments, “The super addictive lyrics and exciting beat will delight music fans, and the song will securely establish ‘Choreographer Lee Joo Seon’ as ‘Singer Lee Joo Seon.’” Moreover, “You can anticipate the music and performances in store for ‘DRUWA’ project.”

Lee Joo Seon is not only known for choreographing “Gangnam Style” but also unforgettable dance performances by g.o.d, Cha Tae Hyun, Goofy, and more.

Following the release of “DRUWA” on May 27, Lee Joo Seon is slated to promote the song on various music shows.

[Mean Tweets] PSY Responds Facetiously and Wisely Appalling Comments On His Hit Single "Gangnam Style"

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[Mean Tweets] PSY Responds Facetiously and Wisely Appalling Comments On His Hit Single

SPY kept his warm heart and cool head when responding the the appalling comments from netizens on his hit single "Gangnam Style."

ABC’s popular talk show, “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” posted a video of their hit corner “Mean Tweets” on their official YouTube account. Along with numerous pop singers, PSY read comments left on Twitter by haters.

The tweet he read said, “Gangnam Style is so fxxking like jfc i want to shove a stick up Psy’s ass so he can’t dance anymore.”

Despite the shocking context of the tweet, he chuckled while reading it and later on daringly said, “You can do it, but I still can dance.”

Other than PSY, singers such as Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Josh Groban, Britney Spears, and Ariana Grande responded to the crude messages from their haters in their own ways.