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The South-Korean pop artist Psy has released a video for his latest track ‘’Hangover’’ in which he raps alongside Snoop Dogg about the ‘art’ of being drunk.
The video went live on YouTube on Sunday night after Psy and Snoop appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live to discuss it.
“For me, it was awesome, because I’ve always wanted to be in a martial-arts video,” Snoop said.
The video begins with a shot of Psy vomiting into a toilet before Snoop Dogg appears from a bathtub behind him.
Snoop dances in the tub for a couple of seconds before he starts slapping Psy on the back, reminding him that the party “ain’t over.”
The two then continue to paint the town red and embark on something like a drinking contest.
At one point, Psy even swims naked in a fountain.
As Huffington Post’s review put it, “Snoop Dogg recently went to South Korea to kick it with PSY, and it looks like the pair got into some pretty wild shenanigans.”
No wonder the video already has more than 10 million views on YouTube.
And in case you didn’t know, Psy’s ‘’Gangnam Style’’ is the most watched YouTube video of all time!
However, it seems that both artists’ fans aren’t thrilled with the collaboration and video.
Some people in the music world also agree that the song isn’t the best idea ever. For example, Tech2 said, “Psy and Snoop Dogg’s ‘Hangover’ is so bad, YouTube wants more of Gangnam Style.”