Harvard University Introduces Psy as Pop Trailblazer
By Richard Lee | May 07, 2013 11:52 PM EDT
Through their official school website, Harvard University introduced Psy as the pop trailblazer.
Harvard University will be hosting Psy as a lecturer on May 9 to give a talk about the meaning behind K-pop and the Korean culture.
To welcome the arrival of the global sensation, the school published an introductory article about Psy's past accomplishments on its website: "PSY has mesmerized critics and fans worldwide with his enigmatic dance moves and unforgettable presence. The first music video in history to surpass 1 billion views on YouTube, the song went on to become both the 'most-viewed' and 'most-liked' on the site. His 2013 follow-up 'Gentleman' has nearly 300 million views in three weeks and set a new YouTube record with 38 million views in a single day."
At the special seminar, Psy will address the reason behind the success of "Gangnam Style" and share bits of his up-and-down life story.
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