PSY's "Gentleman" Continues to Break YouTube Records

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    South Korean rapper PSY poses during a news conference for his concert "Happening" in Seoul, South Korea Saturday, April 13, 2013.

    PSY's definitely doing something right.

    Recently, the South Korean rapper beat a world record when his video for "Gentleman" surpassed 100 million views on YouTube in less than a week, and now, less than a week after that happened he's breaking yet another record.

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    His latest viral video was viewed 38 million times on April 14, according to YouTube's trends manager Kevin Allocca, which means he beat the single-day record of 30 million set by the KONY 2012 short film.

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    Right now, "Gentleman," which also holds the day-of debut record with 18.5 million hits, is well over 200 million views.

    The only record left to beat is the most-viewed video of all time on YouTube, currently held by none other than PSY's original single "Gangnam Style" with over 1.5 billion views.

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