Psy is a South Korean rapper. He is popular for his humorous videos and stage performances, and has appeared on numerous television programs, including "Good Sunday: X-Man" and "The Golden Fishery."
His "Gangnam Style" music video is the most viewed K-pop video on YouTube. Still growing rapidly, the video surpassed 170 million views on September 14, 2012.
Following up the incredible success of his single “Gangnam Style,” Psy is back with a new track called “Daddy,” complete with a sure-to-be-viral video.
The South Korean rapper takes his game to the next level in the freshly-released clip, dressing up as myriad characters while flaunting his sublime dance moves.
With nearly five million views in just one day, it’s safe to say that Psy's new music video for “Hangover” is a huge hit.
Joined by “Gin and Juice” rapper Snoop Dogg, the Korean entertainer declares, "The party's over! It ain't over! Drink it up and get sick. Bottoms up, get wasted."
It’s always interesting to see the year’s cultural trends, and Psy's “Gentleman” video was the most popular according to YouTube.
The “Gangnam Style” hitmaker nabbed to top spot, ahead of Miley Cyrus, whose “Wrecking Ball” clip came in second, while “We Can’t Stop” landed at #3.
His meteoric rise to fame made him a household name worldwide, and it seems Psy may have issues dealing with his popularity.
In a new interview, the “Gangnam Style” singer comes clean about his heavy drinking, though he doesn’t seem too concerned about it.
Fooling fans and celebs alike a Psy impersonator made quite a splash at the Cannes Film Festival this week.
The unidentified man copied the Korean pop star's style and surrounded himself with a posse to score some adulation and freebies at the event.
Stepping out to celebrate the end of a long road, judges, alums, and fans of "American Idol" attended the Finale Results Show at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles on Thursday (May 16).
Having given their input to each contestant, judges Keith Urban, Nicki Minaj, Mariah Carey, and Randy Jackson all showed their support.
Hoping to repeat the success of "Gangnam Style," PSY released a new single called "Gentleman" on Friday (April 12).
Accompanied by some new moves he calls the "arrogant dance," the Korean rapper performed the tune at a concert in Seoul on Saturday.
Hoping to make another hit on the charts, Psy released his new track "Gentleman" on Thursday (April 11).
Sticking with his techno beat, the new tune has a similar sound to that of the South Korean's uber-popular "Gangnam Style."
Getting a bit more life out of his mega-hit song, PSY shot a Wonderful Pistachios commercial that will air during the Super Bowl.
On set, Entertainment Tonight got a behind-the-scenes look at the forthcoming ad, and spoke to the K-Pop star himself.
Making the most of the final few moments of 2013, Psy and MC Hammer teamed up for “Dick Clark’s New Year's Rockin' Eve” last night (December 31).
Both emcees looked to be thoroughly enjoying themselves despite the frigid winter weather of New York City’s Times Square locale.