After some small drama, Psy’s long-awaited follow-up to “Gangnam Style” had finally made its online debut. Prior to the release, an early appearance of “Gentleman”, Psy’s second international single, was blocked by his record company. It was supposed to have been released across the globe at midnight on 12th April 2013 (Friday).

But fans in Australia and New Zealand heard the song first due to time differences and because of that, it started spreading like wildfire all across YouTube. Universal quickly clamped down on the various streams, preventing anyone else from hearing the song until the magic hour had passed elsewhere.

All is well now, though. It has officially made its grand entrance! Have you heard Psy’s “Gentleman”? Here:

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Now that he has officially put “Gangnam Style” to “rest”, what do you guys think? Are you liking it the new song? Do you think it could be better? Leave us a comment (or two). Psst. Keep in mind that we haven’t seen the official music video for “Gentleman” yet! We personally can’t wait to see the dance that he had apparently so painstakingly created.

Don’t forget to catch the live stream of Psy’s “HAPPENING” concert a little later today.

UPDATE:

The official music video for Psy’s “Gentleman” has been released! How many Korean celebrities can you spot in the video? We’ve spotted the award-winning Jae Suk and Brown Eyed Girls’ Ga In:

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110 million views and counting, peeps. Daebak!

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