Worldwide South Korean-pop star Psy came back with his seventh collection, however he is dicey about copying the achievement of his 2012 megahit “Gangnam Style.”
The quirky South Korean singer was catapulted to unlikely international stardom after the “Gangnam Style” music video, with its invisible horse-riding dance, went viral.
The melody – a parody of the extravagance way of life of occupants in Seoul’s stylish Gangnam locale – remains the most-watched video ever on YouTube, with more than 2.4 billion perspectives.
The 37-year-old artist said the achievement of the melody and the desires that accompanied it had here and there been hard to adapt to.
“The weight and stretch was basically excessively gigantic,” he told a public interview in Seoul in front of the discharge on Tuesday of his new collection.
Inquired as to whether he envisioned another overall hit, Psy shook his head. “No chance,” he said. “I don’t think something like ‘Gangnam Style’ will ever happen again.”
Before “Gangnam Style” vanquished the globe, Psy had as of now been a built up star at home for over 10 years, celebrated for provocative verses and uncontrollable stage exhibitions.
Psy conceded that he had wound up making a decent attempt to satisfy a worldwide gathering of people and promised that his new collection – his seventh – denoted an arrival to “his roots”.
“While I was composing tunes, I regularly ended up pondering, ‘will this be in the same class as Gangnam Style? For sure if outside fans don’t comprehend this verse?'” he said.
“It took me a while to drive such musings crazy,” he said, including he would be flawlessly substance being “simply one more K-pop craftsman” for some time.
The new collection, titled “Juice”, contains nine tunes including the twofold titles “Daddy” and “Ringer Bottoms” – both move tunes.