South Korean rapper Psy said Friday he would release the highly-anticipated follow up to his global hit Gangnam Style in April, and hold a large concert in Seoul to mark the occasion.
Psy, sporting his signature sunglasses, announced the planned release in Korean and English in a video uploaded to YouTube which featured subtitles in six languages including Chinese, Thai, Spanish, French and Portuguese.
"April 2013 is a new single, worldwide all at the same time. And I'm gonna do a concert ... you can see it live, on YouTube. Just for you," he said before launching into new dance moves for the remixed version of Gangnam Style.
Tickets for the concert titled Happening will go on sale on March 11, his agency said, adding the event will feature the new song as well as his past hits.
The 35-year-old star, whose real name is Park Jae-Sang, was pushed to global stardom after Gangnam Style -- a satire of luxurious lifestyle in an affluent Seoul district -- went viral on YouTube and topped charts worldwide.
The video, featuring his signature horse-riding dance, has clocked a record-breaking 1.4 billion views on the video-sharing site.
The singer has been awarded one of South Korea's highest cultural honors, the Okgwan Order of Cultural Merit, and performed last month at the inauguration ceremony of new president Park Geun-Hye.
South Korean pop sensation Psy, whose real name is Park Jae-Sang, performs for fans at a promotion by the Sunrise breakfast television show in central Sydneyc. The 34-year-old Psy has rocketed to international fame with his song 'Gangnam Style' and its much-imitated dance moves which has gone viral on YouTube. AFP/Greg Wood