PSY bringing Gangnam style back to US next month.
After emerging as a YouTube sensation, Korean rapper Psy has returned home from the U.S. Speaking with the media, he said his future looks bright overseas as he has set up talks with U.S. producers on possible collaborative projects.
During his recent trip, Psy met with Justin Bieber’s manager, Scooter Braun, who reportedly offered him the chance to release his hit single Gangnam Style in the U.S., but Psy said nothing has been decided yet. His agency, YG Entertainment, said the singer will visit the U.S. again early next month after he completes a number of scheduled appearances in Korea.
Psy’s hit song has generated rave reviews worldwide after its music video went viral on the Web. It has maintained the top spot for four weeks on Billboard‘s K-Pop Hot 100 chart. The music video has received over 55 million views on YouTube and topped the U.S. iTunes music video chart, beating out Bieber, on Tuesday.