10 years after Gangnam Style, Psy is ‘happier than ever’ #shorts

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “10 years after Gangnam Style, Psy is ‘happier than ever’ #shorts” – below is their description.

Ten years after Gangnam Style turned Psy into a global phenomenon, the South Korean artist is living his best life. The hit’s music video was the first to reach one billion views on YouTube, and its success on the platform changed the way Billboard ranks their charts. He says he is proud of his “greatest trophy” but is now free from the pressure of repeating that unprecedented success.

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