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PSY has a cure for your Gangnam Style hangover.

The singer has teamed with Snoop Dogg for a booty-shaking, alcohol-laden music video for the new track "Hangover," which features the unexpected friends partying it up in South Korea.

The footage was uploaded to YouTube last night... and has already been viewed over 7 million times.

You better stop being racist and start recording new music, Justin Bieber. PSY is set to destroy all your viral records.

Check out the fresh song now:

Good luck getting this single out of your head!

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Summer might not officially begin until June 21, but unofficially, the hottest season of the year is here. Bathing suits, sunscreen, and the beach are all calling our names.

You know what else this season needs? More... MUSIC. Songs of summer, to be exact.

What, exactly, IS a "song of summer"? Right now it's what every artist is trying to acquire: the most played song of the season that most ... well, reminds us of summer.

Our favorite warm-weather jams conjure up images of bodies of water, dancing, frozen and/or boozy drinks, and maybe even some lovin'. Preferably all of the above.

To that end, we've compiled a playlist of 21 songs of summer, comprised of #1 hits and hot songs we love that remind us of our carefree time in the sun.

Roll your windows down, turn your radio up, and cruise through this gallery ...

Summertime
THE song of summer, Will Smith's "Summertime" has been oft-imitated, never duplicated.

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On the night the Dancing With the Stars winner was crowned, the show likely saw its most perplexing live performance in 16 seasons on ABC.

Then again, would you expect anything less from this man?

PSY continued is run of live performances (American Idol, Live with Kelly Ripa) by bringing "Gentleman" to the Dancing With the Stars finale Tuesday.

The South Korean star performed his hit single in all its catchy, pelvic-thrusting, seizure-inducing glory, and as always, it was nothing short of awesome.

Watch PSY bring "Gentleman" to DWTS below:

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This video is from earlier this month, but hasn't lost any of its appeal since. When Kelly Ripa and the mad PSY-entist of YouTube join forces? Gold.

The Korean rapper posted a video of himself giving Ripa and co-host Michael Strahan tips on how to do his signature move, and the clip quickly went viral.

It began as an offhand request by Kelly, asked if she could be in PSY's next video. He suggested they make a cover of “Gentleman” right there.

“Let’s upload it to YouTube and let’s see what’s going to happen,” he said.

PSY, who appeared on last Thursday's American Idol finale and Sunday's Billboard Music Awards, keeps it rolling on this evening's final DWTS results show.

He is one busy "Gentleman."

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PSY and Tracy Morgan engaged in the briefest of dance-offs last night at the 2013 Billboard Music Awards before Chris Brown took the MGM Grand stage.

Morgan, the host of the mega-music event, appeared on stage in a yellow suit, black hat and sunglasses and urged PSY to participate in a dance battle.

The spontaneous dance duet came just before they introduced Chris Brown, who performed his track "Fine China." Watch the amusing duo do its thing:

The only downside? This was all we got from PSY Sunday.

He did perform his second straight #1 hit on American Idol's finale last week. Follow the jump if you missed the rapper's live rendition of "Gentleman" ...

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PSY performed on the Today show this morning, treating the crowd to a live rendition of "Gentleman" and teaching Matt Lauer the moves to his new hit.

The last part was pretty awkward.

After the Korean rapper performed "Gentleman," the anchor showed off his dance moves with PSY on live TV, and it was a bit uncomfortable to witness.

Just skip ahead to the 8:00 mark:

On the plus side for Matt Lauer:

  1. Al Roker and David Gregory looked even more absurd trying to dance to "Gangnam Style," which happened later in the broadcast.
  2. At least this kind of bad coverage is a change of pace from his usual bad coverage, as it had nothing at all to do with Ann Curry.

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While PSY "Gentleman" lyrics give you little idea what the song is even about, the Korean rapper is clearly doing something right with his new hit song.

First, it set the new high water mark for YouTube views on the day of its debut and surpassed 100 million in less than a week. Now he's added a new record:

Mother Father Gentleman

"Gentleman" was viewed an amazing 38 million times on April 14 alone, shattering the single-day record of 30 million set by the KONY 2012 short film.

Right now, "Gentleman" is well over 200 million views in less than two weeks. About the only thing left for PSY to beat now is ... well, "Gangnam Style."

That one could be tough. But watch it below and help him out!

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One South Korean TV network is not a big fan of PSY's "Gentleman" music video.

Because of the rapper's abuse of traffic cones. Didn't see that coming, did you?

PSY 'Gentleman' Video Pic

"Gentleman," follows the star as he behaves like anything but, taking a soccer ball away from kids, pulling chairs out from under hot girls and so forth.

And, in the first few seconds, PSY walks up and kicks a traffic cone that reads, "No Parking." KBS labeled the video inappropriate because of that.

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"Gentleman," PSY's follow-up to "Gangnam Style," has already made history.

The South Korean rapper's video already has 110 million views on YouTube, 18.9 of which came in its first day of release, shattering the previous record.

The fact that few people understand the PSY "Gentleman" lyrics didn't stop him from surpassing the 10.6 million views earned by Justin Bieber's "Boyfriend."

He has a ways to go to catch "Gangnam Style," the all-time most-watched clip with 1.5 billion views, but he can safely no longer be called a one-hit wonder.

"Gentleman" currently ranks 14th in the U.S. on Apple's iTunes chart while skyrocketing into the Top 10 in Canada, France, Australia and other nations.

Oppa!

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PSY is back with another hit single.

While the PSY "Gentleman" music video is hilarious (and not cheaply produced), the lyrics are mostly in Korean and thus incomprehensible to many fans.

Until now!

PSY's new song is basically about a cool guy with courage, spirit and craziness picking up ladies, pulling out all the stops and going way over the top.

Closing in on 100 million YouTube views in three days, safe to say the "Gangnam Style" rapper has at least a moderately successful follow-up on his hands.

But what the heck is he talking about as he puts the moves on K-pop star Ga-In? Lyrics translated into English (via ABC 23 News) after the jump ...

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