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Psy to drop new comeback single produced by BTS’ Suga

The “Gangnam Style” singer will release a new single called “That That,” produced by BTS’ Suga. It will be a title track for his upcoming album “Psy 9th.”

The new song will be released on Friday, April 29, the 44-year-old singer announced according to MSN

Multiple clips were released on Monday to tease the song’s release, NME reported. The first clip shows a cut scene of the upcoming music video for “That That.” The second clip includes a short interview with the two artists, Psy and Suga, about meeting each other and working together on a song despite their large age gap.

“When meeting younger artists, I don’t want to be someone who’s hard to approach,” Psy said in the teaser according to NME. “[Suga] wasn’t just my junior in the business, but also he truly feels like a friend. It was hard to feel any age gap.”

Suga said he was nervous to work with Psy.

“At first, because he’s many years my senior and someone who’s well-respected in the business I was quite nervous,” said the rapper according to People magazine. “It felt like working with a childhood friend so it made the songwriting process that much more fun. We became besties in a way.”

Psy also revealed information about other tracks on his new album, including songs in collaboration with prominent South Korean stars such as Bae Suzy, Crush, MAMAMOO’s Hwasa, Epik High‘s Tablo, Heize, and Sung Si-kyung, NME reports.

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