PSY’s That That ft. BTS Suga Tops Charts In 73 Countries Immediately After Release

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The
much-awaited
comeback
song
of
singer
Park
Jae-sang,
better
known
as
PSY,
was
released
on
April
30.
The
single
‘That
That’
which
is
part
of
PSY’s
comeback
album,
also
featured
BTS
rapper
Suga.
To
fans
surprise,
just
hours
after
the
song’s
release
it
was
seen
topping
charts
all
across
the
world.

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Soompi
reported
that
the
song
was
number
one
on
iTunes
Top
Songs
list
in
at
least
73
countries
including
United
States,
Japan,
and
Canada.
The
album
also
reached
No
1
on
iTunes
Top
Albums
in
several
countries.

Notably,
PSY
is
globally
known
for
the
hit
2013
song
Gangnam
Style.
That
That
featuring
Suga
is
the
title
track
of
his
comeback
album
called
PSY
9th.
The
music
video
shot
on
a
cowboy-themed
set
featured
PSY
in
a
western
outfit.
The
song
can
be
seen
celebrating
the
end
of
the
COVID-19
pandemic
as
the
lyrics
talk
about
feeling
amazing
and
enjoying
the
post-pandemic
vibes.
While
Suga
has
produced
the
song,
he
is
also
seen
in
the
music
video
with
a
solo
rap
verse.

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PSY
Unveils
First
Look
At
Comeback
Song
That
That
Produced
By
Suga
Of
BTS

During
an
interview,
PSY
revealed
that
Suga
had
reached
out
to
him
with
the
song
in
2021,
and
added,
“Leading
a
successful
career
as
an
individual
composer
himself,
SUGA
came
to
me
saying
he
made
a
track
perfect
for
me
and
said
he
wanted
to
produce
for
me.”

He
added,
“He
brought
the
instrumental
accompaniment
for
‘That
That’
I
was
then
worried
that
I
had
to
stop
making
EDM,
but
I
couldn’t
do
something
slow.
What
came
to
my
mind
was
a
Latin-base
dance
tune,
which
was
exactly
what
SUGA
had
brought.”

On
YouTube,
the
song
has
already
crossed
23
million
views
in
less
than
24
hours.