Psy and Snoop Dogg's new 'Hangover' video angers fans

Bizarre collaboration has caused some upset among both artists' fanbases

Daisy Wyatt
Monday 09 June 2014 12:48 BST
Snoop Dogg appears in Psy's new video 'Hangover'
Snoop Dogg appears in Psy's new video 'Hangover' (Twitter/Scooter Braun)

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:

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