Gentleman (Psy Song)

"Gentleman" is a K-pop song by South Korean musician Psy released on April 12, 2013, serving as his 19th single. The song serves as the follow-up to his international hit single "Gangnam Style", which at the time of "Gentleman"'s release had been viewed on YouTube over 1 billion times. The first public performance of the song, with its associated dance, was unveiled at 6:30 pm on April 13 at Seoul World Cup Stadium in Seoul. A poster and Twitter message was released containing the main line of the song "I'm a mother f••••• gentleman"; The obscured word was later revealed to be "father".

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gentleman_(Psy_song)

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