Psy releases his new single Gentleman (Watch the Video Here)

South Korean rapper Psy released his much-anticipated new single on Thursday hoping to repeat the success ofGangnam Stylethat made him the biggest star to emerge from the growing K-pop music scene.

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 The video for Gangnam Stylehas become the most watched item on YouTube with more than 1.5 billion hits and Psy's horse-riding moves sparked an international dance craze. South Korean rapper PSY performed his new single and accompanying new dance at a concert on Saturday as he spoke about how he hopes North Koreans will enjoy his music even as tensions remain high on the Korean Peninsula. 
PSY Entrerning the stage to Entertain 50,000 fans 
PSY released his latest single, Gentleman, in 119 countries on Friday, hoping to replicate the success of Gangnam Style, the smash YouTube hit that made him an international star almost overnight last year.  The choreography for Gentleman - including the arrogant dance, as PSY called it - was unveiled at a concert in Seoul on Saturday before more than 50,000 fans. The music video has now been uploaded onto YouTube in the hope it can repeat Gangnam's success. Wearing a black and white houndstooth blazer PSY took to the stage amid a frenzy of screams. 
PSY Unique's outfit in Live Performance
His concert, which was titled Happening, was sold out and the cool performer certainly put on a show for his loyal fans.PSY, whose real name is Park Jae-sang, said on Saturday that he regretted the current tensions between the two Koreas. The situation has been grabbing global headlines, with North Korea becoming increasingly belligerent with war rumblings, leaving its neighbors wary of a possible missile test by Pyongyang. 
PSY Performing in his New song gentleman

'It's a tragedy. We are the only countries divided right now,' PSY said at a news conference ahead of the concert. North and South Korea, which are divided by heavily fortified borders, are technically still at war, with the 1950-53 Korean War ending with a cease-fire, not a peace treaty. 
PSY Live Performance
PSY said he hoped North Koreans would enjoy his new music. He said his job was to make all people, including North Koreans, laugh. PSY co-composed the music and wrote the lyrics, which poke fun at a self-claimed gentleman who enjoys his time at a dance club. Audiences have questioned whether PSY will be a one-hit wonder known only for Gangnam Style.
But the South Korean musician, whose humble personality has endeared him to his fans at home since he made his debut more than a decade ago, shrugs off the skepticism. 'Whether or not a couple of my songs become a global hit, I've been doing this job for 12 years,' PSY said.
'I will bring more Korean dance moves and Korean songs overseas.'


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