PSY’s “Gentlemen” Music Video Hits Over 67 Million Views Allan Schroeder April 15, 2013 Extras With last years mega-hit “Gangnam Style” fading into memory, PSY has released his follow-up single “Gentlemen” with resounding success. “Gentlemen” was released over the weekend and had quickly reached over 67 million views and counting on YouTube. His latest video follows on the heels of a the horse dancing singer. “Gentlemen” is about a guy who thinks he’s a gentlemen, but mistreats women (and a few men) in the name of comedy. There are a few recurring characters from the “Gangnam Style” music video, and once again PSY is at his comedic best. In the video, PSY’s character heads to the nightclubs, singing about how cool (he thinks) he is, and telling people what they want to hear. He’s chatting up sexy girls in the club and telling them “I’m gonna make you sweat, gonna make you wet…” The dance move is simple and even the most left-footed of dancers should have this down with a few moments of practice. While “Gentlemen” in itself is a decent song, don’t expect it to have the same success as “Gangnam Style.” “Gangnam Style” was a groundbreaking, revolutionary breakout for PSY, coupled with worldwide interest. “Gentlemen” will undoubtedly do fine on its own; just don’t expect over 1 billion Youtube views. I think if “Gentlemen” hits 250,000,000 views, we can consider it a success. “Gentlemen” is catchy, has a dance move and many of PSY’s one billion viewers from last time are probably going to check it his latest video. Only time will tell, but I predict PSY has another hit. Here is a another link to the Youtube video from his concert debut in Seoul over the past weekend. Share This With The World!