Psy and Snoop Dogg's new 'Hangover' video angers fans
Bizarre collaboration has caused some upset among both artists' fanbases
In of the oddest collaborations known to pop, Psy and Snoop Dogg have teamed-up for a new song called “Hangover”.
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The video, which debuted in the US on Jimmy Kimmel Live, features the two singers trying various Korean cures to get rid of the detrimental side-effects of the night before.
“Hangover” has already received 3.5 million views on YouTube in just over 24 hours, however some fans are not impressed with the K-pop king’s collaboration with Snoop Dogg.
Snoop Dogg fans commenting underneath the video on YouTube expressed their disappointment with the rapper, with one writing: “This is the biggest insult to the history of rap since the birth of Kanye West.”
Psy fans seemed more concerned that the singer had disowned his K-pop roots to sing with a world-famous US artist, and commented that the song sounded more like "Snoop Dogg ft Psy" than "Psy ft Snoop Dogg".
Read what some disgruntled fans think of the collaboration:
the new song Hangover by PSY is the biggest load of trash I've ever seen, the music is awful, Snoop Dogg (Lion) and Korea doesn't work...— Yasuo/Adam 安男アダム (@YasuoRT) June 9, 2014
I dont like psy's new song. 80% is english and the bad autotune. And snoop dogg. -.-— Oddie (@LCAYLB98) June 9, 2014
oh... my gosh.... Psy's new song with Snoop Dogg is absolutely.... disappointing and bad :(— whispersof9 (@jasminelep) June 9, 2014
The new PSY ft Snoop Dogg song is ridiculously terrible.— M.A.Hakim (@muhdamirulhakim) June 9, 2014
Hangover is a terrible song, but it needs to exist so the world can see Snoop Dogg pretending he's cruising in PSY's bathtub— Hal Yacoubian (@WellHalBeDamned) June 8, 2014
Snoop Dogg is now doing songs with like of Psy. The man will literally do anything nowadays. Reckon I could pay him a fiver to hoover my car— Jack Bell (@OriginalJBell) June 9, 2014
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