The Guy Who Gave Us 'Gangnam Style' Is Back With the Dad Bod Anthem We've Been Waiting For

by John Boone 12:15 PM PST, November 30, 2015
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Is this the dad bod anthem the world has been waiting for?

Psy, the guy who gave us “Gangnam Style” back in 2012 -- which went on to become the most viewed YouTube video ever with over two billion views and could be heard everywhere from the radio to the clubs to Glee and even landed Psy his own Super Bowl commercial -- is back. Here’s his new video for “Daddy,” which features CL of the Korean pop group 2NE1.

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So, how do you top yourself? Psy starts by giving us three Psys:

He plays the grandpa, himself, and his own son. Right off the bat, the South Korean rapper seems to have the right stuff to go viral again. This is just as outrageous as “Gangnam Style”:

And there are plenty of signature moves that all the frat bros in your life will attempt to recreate on the dance floor:

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Of the pressure to follow up “Gangnam Style,” Psy explained (via Billboard), "There were many thoughts going around in my head, including thoughts like, 'If I write like this, it would be not as good as Gangnam Style,' and 'If I write like this, the international audience will not understand.’ So it took me a very long time to organize all those thoughts into one.”

Sadly, CL isn’t featured enough in “Daddy,” because she makes some insane music videos herself. Check out her fire video for “Hello Bitches”:

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