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Ministry of Gender Equality to Release 19 and Over Restriction on Psy's "Right Now"

By Staff Writer | October 10, 2012 09:51 AM EDT


The harmful media content that has been placed on Psy's song, "Right Now" is expected to be withdrawn.

On October 10, it was revealed that all songs that were labeled as 'harmful media content', including Psy's "Right Now", 2PM "Hands Up" and others would be released.

Psy has 3 of his other songs that have been titled 'harmful media content' as well.

The final decision for his song will be made and announced on October 12.

Psy's "Right Now" has gained much attention after "Gangnam Style" went viral worldwide.

Many fans have been voicing out their opinion to have the 19 and over restriction released from the song.

Psy has recently become a global sensation with his song, "Gangnam Style." He has ranked number 1 on iTunes in 30 countries and has ranked number 2 on the U.S. Billboard Main Single Chart 'HOT 100'.

He has also reached 400 million views on Youtube with his music video for "Gangnam Style."

He has appeared on many shows such as the "Ellen Show" and "SNL" and featured on news programs such as NBC and CNN.

He has also recently signed a contract with Justin Bieber's agency and plans to release his first U.S. single sometime in November.

Tagged :  Psy, Gangnam Style, Right Now


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