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Scooter Braun Thinks Psy Will be a World Star

Scooter Braun, who is famous for being Justin Bieber's manager, showed confidence in PSY's ability and future success.
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Scooter Braun, who is famous for being Justin Bieber's manager, showed confidence in Psy's ability and future success.

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An MBC Special aired this Friday, chronicling Psy and the meteoric rise of "Gangnam Style."

They showed how Psy went between Korea and the US, carrying out a very busy schedule of promotions and performances. He performed at the NBC TODAY Show, appeared on "Ellen" twice and did interviews with many world media outlets like AP News.

Scooter Braun was also shown in the program and he seemed confident in Psy, whom he recently signed a new contract. Psy and Scooter were celebrating their recent success and Scooter said, "We agreed to make history and to make him the first Korean to set new records here."

He said, "There aren't many people who are able to go through the 'new artist' phase twice in their career. We believe that it's only a matter of time before he really is a world star. People have to understand and actually see for themselves how he can make you happy and have fun through his performances. Many American artists actually already want to work with him."

Scooter Braun said, "Thanks for interviewing me. I'm currently practicing Korean." and even showed off his Korean skills by saying 'Thank You' in Korean.

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