Psy, the South Korean rapper who scored 2012's biggest smash hit music video with "Gangnam Style," has hinted that he has recorded his follow-up single with Canadian pop superstar Justin Bieber.
The Sunreports that Psy, who just won 'Best Video' honors for "Gangnam Style" at the MTV Europe Music Awards, has announced that his next single will feature more English lyrics and a "huge" guest star.
"I already have done with the next track already," Psy told The Sun. "I cannot tell you about who it's gonna be with but I'm working with someone else right now and it's going to be huge."
"I'm working on my next album and single, and it has more English so you can get it," Psy continued. "I feel happy and sorry because when I perform the song they look so happy, but they don't have any idea what I'm talking about."
"Gangnam Style," which has received more than 700 million views on YouTube, is a satirical jab at the conspicuous consumption of residents of Seoul's Gangnam District. The song soared to the #1 spot on pop charts in 25 countries including South Korea. It reached #2 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart and #1 on the US Billboard rap chart.
Psy and Justin Bieber have flirted with the idea of collaboration before, and the two superstars exchanged "Gangnam Style" lyrics on Twitter last month. The two are both signed to the Schoolboy Records and both also now share manager Scooter Braun.
Bieber and Psy are both scheduled to perform at the 40th American Music Awards in Los Angeles on November 18.