Everybody scream, “OPPA(N) GANGNAM STYLE!”

Following PSY’s (real name: Park Jae Sang) sudden comeback announcement at the 1theK Global Peace Manilla Concert 2017 in Philippines, YG Entertainment has stepped up to confirm the news.

Source: YG Entertainment

The entertainment powerhouse released a statement, saying:


“PSY personally announced that he will be making a comeback in April, at the concert in the Philippines. He has been continuously working on songs. After some final preparations, the album will be released in April.”

This album will mark his first comeback since releasing his 7th studio album, “Chiljip Psy-da”, which held the title track “Daddy” featuring CL, in December 2015. The 9-track album featured a star-studded guest artiste line-up including will.i.am, Ed Sheeran, JYJ’s Junsu, Gaeko, and more.

Best known for his humorous videos and stage performances, PSY catapulted to global stardom in 2012 with his addictive hit single, “Gangnam Style”, and its invisible horse-riding dance move. The track’s music video is one of the most-watched videos on YouTube. Moreover, his 2013 song, “Gentleman”, managed to acquire 100 million views just days after its release.

For more information, visit PSY’s official Facebook page.

Sources: All Kpop, Soompi, Koreaboo/ Featured image: Harvard Gazette.

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