South Korean star Psy was spotted filming earlier this week the music video for his 'Gangnam Style' follow-up single, named "Gentleman" in Seoul as seen in the photographs displayed in this post. The entire cast of 'Infinity Challenge' will be featured in the MV for "Gentleman" and Brown Eyed Girls' Gain will play the lead female, as 4minute's Hyuna was, receiving major international exposure, in the 'Gangman Style' visual.
From the pictures published in Korean media, the video for "Gentleman" is looking to be just as elaborate, high-budget and epic as the 'Gangman Style' one. Psy is said to be debuting a new signature dance move in the video following the famous 'invisible horse' step. The song "Gentleman" is described to be 'extremely fun', and 'dancey'. I bet it'll be something like 'Gangman Style 2.0'. Moving away from that crazy sound the world loved in 'Gangman Style' would be an unnecessary risk. Psy will drop the audio of "Gentleman" on April 12, and the following day he'll perform it live for the first time in a massive concert at Seoul's World Cup Stadium which will be streamed on YouTube.
Are you anticipating Psy's new single?
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