The stage lit up with the luminous lettering that read: “I dedicate the next stage to Beyonce.” The video to Beyonce’s “Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)” began to play on the big screen, except PSY’s version featured his face on Bey’s body. PSY, and two dancers, re-appeared in body-hugging red bodysuits to perform the Bey’s hit. PSY nailed the dance moves; it was impressive considering he was in go-go booots.
– PSY Pays Tribute to Beyonce At South Korea Concert, Debuts ‘Gentleman’ Live-
PSY made a major announcement last month (March) when he revealed he’d debut the follow-up to his global smash “Gangnam Style” at an April 13 concert in South Korea. While PSY ended up premiering his second single, “Gentleman,” days before, he managed to keep fans on their toes with a handful of surprises through out his show.PSY used the Happening Concert to also showcase his talents as an artist. “My international fans are all about ‘Gangnam Style.’ A lot of my international fans think I’m a comedian,” he said. “No matter what you think I am, I know what I am. To all the fans who [are] watching this concert by YouTube, I want to show you my first dream was [to be a] composer. I can compose slow and R&B songs; I can sing it as well.” He moved into self-written, “Thrilled,” before the stage enveloped in darkness.