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New PSY song, 'Gentleman,' sticks to dancefloor

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"Gentleman," the new single from South Korean wunderkind PSY is due for official release tomorrow, but the song already has leaked online.

Hear it here, as long as this link remains active ...

The 35-year-old creator of the most-watched song ever on YouTube is due to unveil the new track in a concert performance during a sold-out concert Saturday in Seoul.

"Gentleman" is cut from the same dancefloor Spandex as PSY's massive hit "Gangnam Style" -- the first video on YouTube to reach 1 billion views -- with a pounding beat, a crescendo of static and sirens, and a slightly cocky lyric.

Like the horsey dance in his first international hit, "Gentleman" apparently also comes with a new set of dance moves. PSY was quoted by YG Entertainment as saying the new dance will "be largely in a Korean style."

Will you listen to this one as often as you listened to "Gangnam Style"?

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