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PSY (Park Jae-sang)
PSY, born Park Jae-sang, is a South Korean singer, rapper, and songwriter, globally recognized for his viral hit “Gangnam Style.”
PSY gained international fame with his 2012 single “Gangnam Style,” but his career in the Korean entertainment industry predates this global hit. He released his first album “PSY from the PSYcho World!” in 2001, which drew both public attention and controversy for its explicit lyrics. Later, his fifth album “PSYFIVE” and sixth album “PSY’s Best 6th Part 1” also earned him recognition in Korea. However, it was the sixth album’s single “Gangnam Style” that skyrocketed him to worldwide fame, even becoming the first YouTube video to surpass one billion views.
Over the course of his career, PSY has worked with an extensive list of artists and celebrities. These include Snoop Dogg, with whom he collaborated on the song “Hangover”; MC Hammer, who joined him on stage during the 2012 American Music Awards; and Madonna, who invited him to perform with her at Madison Square Garden. Additionally, PSY has interacted with notable figures like Ellen DeGeneres, Britney Spears, and Hugh Jackman, among others. He’s also appeared on numerous television programs around the world, from “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” to “Saturday Night Live.”
PSY has received multiple awards, such as the Mnet Asian Music Award for Song of the Year in 2012 for “Gangnam Style.” He was also honored with the Okgwan Order, a national order of merit in South Korea, for his contributions to the global dissemination of the Korean Wave. Furthermore, PSY has the distinction of having the most viewed video on YouTube for several years, and his music videos for “Gangnam Style” and “Gentleman” have gathered billions of views collectively.