Psy shows off ‘˜arrogant dance’ in America

4 May 2013 / 3 years 5 months ago

Psy is back in action promoting his latest single “Gentleman‘ in the U.S., making his way back to the NBC morning program “The Today Show,‘ where he performed live at Rockefeller Plaza in New York City on Friday morning. During the interview with the morning show hosts, Psy talked about the key choreography points while teaching them the new hip-swaying and pelvic-thrusting “arrogant dance‘ moves that go with his new single. The Korean rap star later took the stage to perform live and show off both the new moves from his new single as well as his trademark horsey dance from his hit song “Gangnam Style.‘ Psy previously appeared on the “Today Show‘ last September where he filled the studio with laughter as he instructed the show hosts, taking them through the comical choreography of “Gangnam Style‘ step by step. Psy will continue on with his U.S. promotions on Monday with an appearance on “Live! with Kelly & Michael,‘ an ABC morning talk show hosted by Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan. The rapper is once again slated to perform his YouTube hits. The “Gentleman‘ music video has accumulated more than 271 million hits as of Friday afternoon. The video has been under some scrutiny lately after the state-funded broadcaster KBS announced on April 18 that it had banned the music video from, airplay because of a scene that shows Psy “defacing public property.‘ In the music video, Psy is seen kicking a traffic cone. Representatives of KBS stated that video was being banned because it is against company policy to broadcast scenes that depict destruction of public property. On Thursday station, representatives announced that they reviewed the matter and are sticking with their decision to ban the video. Representatives of Psy’s local agency YG Entertainment previously announced that they had no intention of making any edits to the scene or any part of the music video.

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