The art of getting drunk is nothing to joke about. It requires skill, determination and acute precision. While mastered only by a lucky, select few, South Korean singer PSY and hip-hop kingpin Snoop Dogg seem to have truly aced the art form in their latest collab single, “Hangover.”
The new hit, which comes with a video of the dynamic duo taking drunkenly to the streets of South Korea, certainly has the Internet feeling buzzed.
Here is what a few folks in the music world had to say about the track.
::Huffington Post thought that PSY and Snoop Dogg are a rowdy duo: “Snoop Dogg recently went to South Korea to kick it with PSY, and it looks like the pair got into some pretty wild shenanigans.”
::Time made their thoughts read loud and clear from the get-go: “PSY and Snoop Dogg Rap About Getting Drunk. The Video Is Art.”
::Tech2 was not particularly feeling the “Hangover” vibes, saying “Psy and Snoop Dogg’s ‘Hangover’ is so bad, YouTube wants more of Gangnam Style.”
::News.com.au noted the extreme divide between fans of the video and the haters: “Some fans are saying the song is a sure hit, while others have gone so far as to label it the ‘dumbest collaboration of all time’.”
::Rappler simply says that you get what you expect with “Hangover”: “The video features Psy and the notoriously hard-partying Snoop Dogg on a night of intense boozing. The subject matter is apparent from the video’s first moments in which Psy vomits in a toilet bowl, only to start tapping his hands to the rhythm as Snoop Dogg jumps out of a bathtub revved up to party.”
But, what did you think about PSY and Snoop Dogg’s new song? Let us know below.
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