PSY’s new song “That That” (ft. BTS’s Suga) is said to be repetitive and uncreative, yet it’s climbing all the music charts.
Recently, PSY released his new album “PSY 9th”, with the title “That That” featuring BTS Suga. While the song and the album both received mixed reactions and people are accusing PSY of recycling old music, “That That” is still doing pretty well on big music charts.
Critics from many Korean music analysis sites are saying that PSY’s new release was lacking in creativity, both in terms of the melody and lyrics. They also added that PSY was trying to replicate his old style and recycle old music, which made the album bland and repetitive. However, the general audience seems to have a different opinion, and to them, PSY’s music never gets old. Adding to this, his title song “That That”, which features BTS’s Suga, is topping various Billboard Charts.
Talking about his new title, PSY proudly claimed: “Suga has dedicated a lot of his time and effort to the production of “That That”. Therefore, I hope the song will be a big hit. Originally, I did not want to release a new song while the world is still recovering from the pandemic. However, music festivals are coming back and I believe that the song will be a great boost of energy to listeners.”
The season artist also added: “I hold a deep respect for people in their 20s who listen to my music. My album is already a success if they enjoy it. I’m rather surprised that I could still wear quirky clothes and make weird dancing moves on the stage. It seems that throughout all this time, I still haven’t changed.”