If you've been on the internet at any point during the past several months, or have even listened to the radio, then you undoubtedly know about the popular K-Pop hit "Gangnam Style" by Psy. The music video currently has over 1.5 billion views on YouTube, which is more than any other YouTube video ever. However, Psy is moving onto another new song that he will be debuting live on YouTube this Saturday.
It's not too often that a new single will have gained so much popularity that it warrants a live debut on YouTube, but if anyone is capable of doing it, Psy is certainly the singer who can. This Saturday at 2:30 am PT (yes, that's the middle of the night), Psy will live stream his new single, titled "Gentleman," to the world for the first time.
Psy will be debuting the song at the Seoul World Cup Stadium, where not only will be performing live on YouTube, but in front of thousands of people as well. It should be a good time, but for those of us in the US, be prepared to either stay up late or wake up really early to catch it live. Or you could just wait until morning and watch a replay of it like most of us will probably do anyway.
Psy's "Gangnam Style" hit the 1-billion-view mark back in December, and it's already gained another 500 million views within the last few months alone. The video alone also brought in $8 million in advertising, thanks to YouTube's advertising platform that allows users to make money off of their videos by embedding ads.