Psy premieres new video for 'Gentleman' - watch

Follow-up video to 'Gangnam Style' finally unveiled...

Psy premieres new video for 'Gentleman' - watch

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Psy has premiered the video for his new single 'Gentleman' - scroll down to the bottom of the page and click to watch.

It was reported earlier this week that the new track, which is the follow-up single to his hugely successful release 'Gangnam Style', would be unveiled at a concert in Seoul, South Korea today (April 13), with the performance also scheduled to be live streamed on YouTube with fans around the world able to tune in and watch the show.

Now, as Billboard reports, the track's official video has been posted online. The promo clip follows a similar style to 'Gangnam Style' and sees the singer making fun of the song's title by indulging in some bad behaviour including making small children cry and trying to remove the tops of sunbathing women.

The clip, which also features a cameo from K-Pop girl group member Ga-In of Brown-Eyed Girls, saw the singer working alongside the same choreographer who created the famous "horse dance" seen in the 'Gangnam Style' video.

'Gangnam Style' became a massive viral success due to the popularity of its video and was estimated to have made over $8million (£5million) in ad revenues via YouTube. It also broke the site's record for the 'most liked' video ever as well as the most-watched video, and helped Psy become the first Korean artist to bag a UK Number One on the Official Singles Chart.

The track has picked up some unlikely fans with Dave Grohl claiming the song is one of the best tracks of the past decade and Liam Gallagher declaring it an "absolute classic".


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