PSY has taken the top spot on the list of ‘Top 10 Fleeting Celebrities of 2012‘ compiled by TIME magazine.
This is an annual list as every year, ‘TIME’ Magazine lists the bests and worsts in divisions, including politics, economy, arts, and media.
PSY ranked #1 on the list of ‘Top 10 Fleeting Celebrities,’ with a caption,
Park Jae-sang is a 34-year-old South Korean who planned to study business before he began tinkering with music. On American shores he is better known as Psy, the rapper-songwriter-producer behind the monster hit “Gangnam Style.” The earworm beat and the distinctive horse-riding dance that Psy performs in the video combined to make the song a smash. Released in July, the viral sensation mocking Korean-pop clichés has racked up over 800 million views on YouTube, surpassing Justin Bieber’s “Baby” video to become the most-viewed video of all time. The married father of two is the first Korean solo artist to have a top single in the U.S., and he is planning to record his next single in English. If it hits big, Psy may no longer be just a fleeting celebrity.
In other related news, PSY is also a nominee for TIME’s ‘Person of the Year 2012‘.
The other categories and nominees of ‘Top 10 of Everything of 2012’ can be seen here.
Article by Emily & Glenn
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