Psy, the man behind the famous 'Gangnam Style' song, has revealed that he would like to do a future collaboration with British boy band One Direction.
The South Korean singer told The Mirror,
''I'd love to work with them. They're huge and cool.''
He also revealed that British rock legends Queen and their late front man Freddie Mercury first sparked his interest in making music.
''My role model and dream of being a musician was inspired by Queen and Freddie Mercury,'' said the 34-year-old.
''I remember them playing at Wembley. Freddie is a great hero of mine,'' he said, before adding, ''I'd like to teach Brian May the Gangnam Style dance.''
Psy, who became signed by Justin Bieber‘s manager Scooter Braun, joked that he wouldn't be able to work with the 18-year-old Canadian popstar, as he usually needs a few drinks before professional partnerships.
''If I meet someone and have to work, I have to drink a lot,'' he admitted. ''I'm really good at drinking, especially strong ones. But Justin's not allowed to as he's not old enough.''
'Gangnam Style' has become a huge hit around the world in recent weeks, due to it's catchy tune and dance routine, becoming the most 'liked' video in YouTube history.
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