Party ain't over with PSY's new music video "HANGOVER" featuring Snoop Dogg

Monday, 9 June 2014 - 8:09pm IST Updated: Monday, 9 June 2014 - 6:35pm IST | Place: Mumbai | Agency: dna webdesk

  • PSY and Snoop Dogg

Global sensation PSY who mesmerised the world with his two singles "Gangnam Style" and "Gentleman" has yet another music video to thrill his fans with.

This time the international pop sensation co-stars with one of the biggest rap legends in hip hop - Snoop Dogg who recently went to South Korea and met up with PSY to kick it for their new song titled "Hangover", and it looks like the pair had a really good time doing the music video. 

Their new song, "Hangover," show the two classily suited rappers appearing to have the time of their life by partying, getting drunk and on an alcohol fuelled journey through Seoul's boisterous nightlife. 

The video starts off with PSY vomiting in a toilet bowl, only to start tapping his hands to the rhythm as Snoop Dogg jumps out of a bathtub, patting PSY on his back to the rhythm too and the both get ready to party.

Young women surround PSY and Snoop, twerking to the music and later the duo skip through the streets flirting with two middle-aged women they met at a karaoke bar, probably regretting everything the next morning.

"Drink till you’re drunk, smoke like a broke stove, don’t quit, take flight, i can’t remember last night," Snoop Dogg raps.

A few lines from the song like: "The party's over! It ain't over!" and, "Drink it up and get sick. Bottoms up, get wasted." are surely to become a favourite in late-night bars all over the world.

Although PSY is seen swimming in a public fountain, drinking, getting drunk, rapping and doing what he does best in his videos to keep his fans entertained, the music does not sound as catchy as his first two singles. Its probably safe to say that the credits to the music video's success goes largely to Snoop Dogg who steals everyone's attention with his ultra-smooth, laid-back  and flavour-filled melodic rhymes.

“Hangover” rapidly gained over more than three million views within hours of it going online.


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