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BTS’s Suga And Psy Join Blackpink’s Lisa And Rosé With Their First Global Top 10 Smash Single

Three songs debut inside the top 10 on the current edition of the Billboard Global 200, the chart company's weekly ranking of the 200 most-consumed tracks in the world. Two are by rapper Future, whose new album I Never Liked You racked up hundreds of millions of plays on platforms like Spotify and Apple Music in its opening frame. In between the hip-hop star’s impressive starts comes a collaboration that helps both artists named make specific history.
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BTS’ Suga Believes Psy ‘Paved The Way For K-Pop’ In America

A decade ago, Korean singer Psy released his sixth project Psy 6 (Six Rules), Part 1. That project was home to the worldwide smash hit “Gangnam Style” which took the globe by storm as an infectious dance record that came with its own routine. The 2012 song was certainly an unexpected hit as it peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 while also breaking the Guinness World Record for the most “liked” video on YouTube at the time. The success of “Gangnam Style” was one of the first examples of K-pop making its impact in the United States and it’s something that BTS’ Suga is very appreciative of.
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BTS’ Suga Says PSY ‘Paved the Way for K-Pop in the U.S.’: ‘We Were Able to Follow His Footsteps’

Click here to read the full article. K-pop fans everywhere can’t get enough of PSY‘s new collaboration with SUGA of BTS, “That That.” Need proof? The song’s only been out for a week and already has nearly 15 million streams on Spotify, and its music video has had more than 100 million views. The song is a pivotal moment for both musicians, marking PSY’s first release since 2017 and Suga’s latest sweep as a producer rather than just a performer. The latter is undoubtedly most known for his membership in K-pop phenomenon BTS, a seven-piece boy band that’s achieved six Billboard...
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Psy says BTS’ Suga inspired him to return to music and release ‘Psy 9th’

Psy has shared that his collaboration with BTS‘ Suga was what inspired him to make his long-awaited return as a musician. In a recent interview with Billboard, the ‘Gangnam Style’ singer shared that he spent the last few years away from his own music career, instead heading entertainment company P Nation and managing its roster of artists.
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Psy Drops Behind-The-Scenes Video Of 'That That' MV With BTS' Suga [Watch]

South Korean hitmaker Psy has shared the behind-the-scenes of the music video for his latest single "That That" with BTS' Suga. The nearly five-minute video posted on Psy's official YouTube page shows the "Gangnam Style" singer discussing the scenes with the crew and sharing a light moment with Suga, who also served as the producer of the single.
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Um, Psy And Suga's "That That" MV Made Me Want To Go Line Dancing

PSY has finally made his long-awaited comeback! On Friday, April 29, the singer, who's widely known for his viral 2013 track “Gangnam Style,” dropped his first album in five years called PSY 9th. The project is full of star-studded collaborations, and PSY’s lead single “That That” features none other than BTS’ Suga. To celebrate their team-up, the duo dropped a music video for their new song that’s set in the Wild West.
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Psy Talks About Convincing BTS’ Suga To Appear In Music Video Of ‘That That’

Korean superstar Psy got candid about how he was able to convince BTS’ Suga to join him in the music video of his new track, “That That.”. The 44-year-old “Gangnam Style” artist took to Twitter on Thursday and revealed how he convinced the 29-year-old BTS member into working doubly hard for the track whose teaser videos have reached millions of views since its release on YouTube this week.
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Psy Teams Up With BTS’ Suga for Dance Floor-Ready ‘That That’

Click here to read the full article. Get ready to boogie. In celebration of Psy‘s brand new album, Psy 9th, the “Gangnam Style” singer introduced his new musical era on Thursday (April 28) with a glittery, cowboy-themed music video for “That That,” featuring BTS‘ Suga. “That that, I like that/ That that, I like that baby/ It’s like that,” Psy sings in the wildly catchy chorus, as the K-pop superstars take over the video in a series of flashy old West outfits. In addition to pulling off some impressive choreography, the pair pose inside a saloon and take a spin in a...
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Psy And Suga Of BTS Cavort In The Wild West-Themed ‘That That’ Video

Since teasing the release of his comeback single earlier this week, Psy has made it clear that he’s well past the “Gangnam Style” phase that first introduced him to a global audience. Despite his past as a record-breaking K-pop artist, Psy isn’t shy in asking the reigning pop heroes of the day, BTS, to get involved with his new album, Psy 9th. His new song, which is called “That That,” was produced by none other than Suga of BTS, and another teaser clip from this week revealed that Suga is featured on the track and part of the video as well.
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Suga Of BTS Showed Up In A Clip Teasing Psy’s Western-Themed Comeback Single, ‘That That’

At first it looked like Suga from BTS might just be involved on the musical side with Psy’s new single, “That That,” but a new teaser shared today indicates there might be more afoot. Psy is releasing what has been dubbed his “comeback single” later this week, and also sharing an entire new album called Psy 9th — but it’s a totally different climate in the music industry when it comes to K-pop than it was back when “Gangnam Style” was setting records. Now, K-pop is in the mainstream consciousness all the time, with stars like BTS, Blackpink, CL, and so many more continuing to win over American listeners.
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BTS’ Suga on working with Psy on ‘That That’: “I thought I was only writing the song”

BTS‘ Suga and Psy have shared their thoughts on their unexpected collaboration ‘That That’, an upcoming single from the latter’s new album. In a 30-second promotional video, that dropped earlier today (April 28) ahead of the song’s release, both Psy and Suga shared their thoughts and experiences on how the track and the BTS member’s involvement in it came about.
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Psy and BTS’ Suga are eccentric cowboys in teaser for ‘That That’ music video

Psy and BTS‘ Suga have dropped a new music video teaser for their upcoming collaboration, ‘That That’. Released today (April 28), the clip sees both the ‘Gangnam Style’ singer and the BTS rapper dressed in cowboy outfits as they dance to a snippet of the energetic track. The music video also seems to be set in an Old West-style saloon in the middle of what appears to be a desert.
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