PsyFans was set up by a group of ardent PSY fans in an attempt to find like minded people who enjoy the wonderful work of the South Korean Singer. Park Jae-sang, better known as Psy is a world famous singer, rapper, songwriter, dancer and even a record producer. He is well known all over the globe for his record breaking hit single “Gangnam Style.” Psy also has done several humorous videos and stage performances which are attended by thousands of his fans from across the world. His tagline “Oppam Gangnam Style” was also entered in the Yale Book of Quotations as the most popularly used quotes in the year 2012.
After his school education was over, Park was sent to the United States to study business administration to help him take over his DI Corporation from his father. However, instead of completing his MBA Park went on to spend his tuition funds musical instruments and electrical equipment. He soon dropped out of Boston University and got into Berklee College of Music. His time at Berklee helped him learn contemporary writing, music synthesis and he even did a stint in ear training. After he returned to South Korea, he soon appeared on national television in 2000 as a result of his talent in dancing.
Psy’s debut album has the distinct honor of being fined by the government for its inappropriate content. His interesting dance moves and often blunt lyrics earned him the “The Bizarre Singer” tag. His second album was also deemed controversial and was blamed for inciting negative thoughts among teenagers and kids. Since then, Psy earned the tag of being a controversial singer, which he wore proudly. However, in 2003, Psy was drafted into Military service as a part of the mandatory military service to be followed by men aged 18 to 35. As he was working at a software company at the time, he was excused from military duty. Psy continued working on his music and was even honored at the Mnet Asian Music Awards and the 2006 SBS Music Awards.
In 2007, Psy was accused of neglecting his work and was redrafted to the military where he served till he was released from duties in July 2009. By the time 2010 rolled by, Psy found himself in a few financial difficulties and joined YG Entertainment as a result. He then went on to release the album PsyFive which was banned for children less than 19 years due to its provocative lyrics. Psy managed to have a huge hold on the Asian music industry through his music career in South Korea. He made his international debut at the YG Family Concert in Osaka.
This website is dedicated to bringing Psy fans closer together, where they can discuss his different albums and singles. As his hit single Gangnam Style hit the international charts, his fan following has hit the roof. His YouTube video of the single was recorded as the highest viewed video on YouTube in the year 2012. Sign up for the newsletter to keep in touch with the latest news about Psy and his music.