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First Look at PSY's "Hangover" Video with Snoop Dogg: See the Preview

June 6, 2014 at 1:00 pm EDT

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YouTube legend PSY is soon to release his much anticipated "Hangover" music video starring Snoop Dogg and last night, June 5, fans were given a first look on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

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Host Jimmy Kimmel concluded his show last night, June 5, by announcing that PSY would be performing the track live on Sunday, June 8, and revealed a short exclusive clip live on air.

Snoop Dogg and PSY filmed the video together in January during a trip to Seoul Credit: YG Entertainment

Snoop Dogg and PSY filmed the video together in January during a trip to Seoul
Credit: YG Entertainment

Expect more cameos than Snoop! PSY's labelmates CL and G-Dragon have also shot scenes Credit: YG Entertainment

Expect more cameos than Snoop! PSY's labelmates CL and G-Dragon have also shot scenes
Credit: YG Entertainment

In the 1o-second video shown, the 36-year-old "Gangnam Style" star and the 42-year-old hip-hop legend are seen digging deeply into Korean culture as they sip the country's national drink soju, chill out in a sauna, play Korean billiards, as well as partying in a noraebang (Korean karaoke parlor) -- all to the melody of a fresh new autotune sample, repeating the word "hangover".

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The collaborative track is to debut during a special prime time airing of Jimmy Kimmel Live! on June 8, and is touted to quickly become a summer party anthem.

True to the song title, the video features a lot of drinking Credit: YG Entertainment

True to the song title, the video features a lot of drinking
Credit: YG Entertainment

Don't expect a K-pop sound. The track isn't even being released in Korea Credit: YG Entertainment

Don't expect a K-pop sound. The track isn't even being released in Korea
Credit: YG Entertainment

Only a week ago PSY's 2012 smash hit "Gangnam Style" officially became the first music video to pass two billion views on YouTube.

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