Psy is releasing a new album in December.
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3 Nov 2015 - 1:03 PM  UPDATED 26 Nov 2015 - 12:25 PM

November 26th, 2015

With just days until his comeback, Psy started promoting his new album through Naver's "V" app.

Kicking off the "Psy Little Television" on November 25, Psy said this was the longest hiatus he's been on in a long time. 

Details in regards to the album have also emerged. As well as a collaboration with Zion.T, Psy's new album "Chil (7) zip Psyda" which is a play on the name of a popular beverage in South Korea, will also feature JYJ's Junsu.

The song in question is called "Dream" and it was written for the late singer Shin Haechul.

"It's a song that contains a lot of sadness and I thought long and hard about a person who could convey that," said Psy on asking Junsu to take part.

And when he did ask the JYJ vocalist, it seems there was no hesitation on Junsu's part either.

"We had just met and he said okay," said Psy on how the collaboration came about. In all, the song took just 30 mins to record. 

Source: Yonhap  

 

 


 

It's official. YG Entertainment has announced that Psy will release his new album on December 1. 

It's been 3 years and 5 months since "Gangnam Style" and 2 years and 8 months since "Gentleman."  The release comes a year after Psy announced at his last concert that he'd "go back to the mental state he was in during his early days " for the new album.

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