The 'Gangnam Style' singer reveals that he already has three songs to be featured in the album.
PSY's new album is set to arrive in September, his management agency TG Entertainment tells Korean media. For the album, PSY will reportedly collaborate with composer Yoo Gyun Hyung, the same person behind his hits "Gangnam Style" and "Gentleman".
The South Korean sensation, whose real name is Park Jae Sang, took to Twitter on Monday, July 29, to announce that he already had three songs to be featured in the new album. "Already done with three songs and they are kinda nice," the singer tweeted.
PSY rose to fame after releasing his 2012 hit, "Gangnam Style". The viral music video for the single garnered 1.7 billion views, making it the most-watched video of all time on YouTube. His following single and music video "Gentleman" successfully topped the charts in several countries, although it couldn't surpass its predecessor's popularity.
In a recent interview with British's Sunday Times, the 35-year-old artist opened up about his alcohol problem. "If I'm happy, I'm drinking, if I'm sad, I'm drinking. If it's raining, I'm drinking, if it's sunny, I'm drinking. If it's hot, I'm drinking, if it's cold, I'm drinking," he told the newspaper.