There is no doubt that the name Psy has become a synonym for energy. The Korean singer-performer has always managed to capture the hearts of fans with his witty lyrics and energetic dance moves. The star is all set to hold his year-end concert titled 'All Night Stand' in Seoul and Busan.
YG Entertainment has announced that Psy will hold concerts at the Busan Sajik Gymnasium from December 22 to 24 and at Seoul's Jamsil Indoor Gymnasium from December 28 to 31. To add more vibrancy to the year-end bash, the concert will begin at 11.42 pm and will continue early into the next day. The tickets for the concert will go on sale at Intepark on December 8 midnight.
In a report, Korea Herald stated that Psy's energy has the magic to attract crowds and his signature "All Night Stand" concert series, which has been held every year since 2003, is one such example.
Early this year, Psy's comeback album 4X2=8 rocked the charts across the globe. The album featured an array of YG artists including BIGBANG's G-Dragon and Taeyang, Epik High's Tablo, iKON's B.I and Bobby, and actress Lee Sung Kyung making their appearances. The album had 10 songs and two title tracks, 'I Luv it' is the single that has caught the attention of all.
4X2=8 is his eighth studio album. PSY's first full-length album was 'Psy from the Psycho World!' in 2001. However, it kickstarted few controversies for its vulgar lyrics.
His popularity rose in 2012 after hits like 'Gangnam Style,' 'Gentleman' and 'Hangover.' 'Gangnam Style' held the record for the most watched YouTube video till recently. The song became a massive hit across the globe and PSY became an international sensation overnight—from South Korea to an international superstar.
He was also hailed as the 'Viral Star of 2012.' The song topped the music charts of more than 30 countries, including Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Russia, Spain, and the United Kingdom.