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The 2013 Billboard Music Awards are returning to Las Vegas on Sunday, May 19, and will honor the legendary artistPrince during a live ABC broadcast from the MGM Grand Garden Arena.

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Prince will be presented with the Billboard Icon Award and is set to deliver what will likely be an unforgettable performance during the broadcast, produced by Don Mischer and sponsored by Chevrolet and the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, hollywoodreported.com reported.

The “Purple Rain” singer-songwriter-musician follows the 2012 Icon recipient, Stevie Wonder, who received a multi-tiered tribute led by Alicia Keys. Also at last year’s eventAdele dominated with 12 awards, including top artist, pop artist and female artist, while LMFAO followed with six nods, including for Hot 100 Song of the Year (“Party Rock Anthem“).

Read more about Prince on Billboard Music Awards at http://shar.es/CaTY1

 

 

PSY – GANGNAM STYLE (강남스타일) M/V

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Korean Pop Superstar ‘PSY’ has already achieved quite a lot with his video for ‘Gangnam style’, and now he can add a Guinness World Record to that list.

‘Gangnam Style’, which has only been available to view since the 15th of July, has been ‘liked’ in excess of 2,141,758 times, making it the most liked video in YouTube history.

The closest competitors for most liked video on YouTube include LMFAO‘s ‘Party Rock Anthem‘ (1,574,963 likes), Justin’s Bieber’s ‘Baby’ (1,327,147 likes) and Adele’sRolling in the Deep‘ (1,245,641 likes).

PSY (real name: Park Jae-Sang) is a South Korean singer, songwriter, and rapper. ‘Gangnam Style’, his most successful single to date, is the most viewed K-Pop video on YouTube.

This also marks the first time a South Korean artist has topped the iTunes charts.

Dan Barrett, Guinness World Records Community Manager, comments, ‘Having been the “Have you seen this?!” video of the last two months across the web, it’s great to be able to award a record for this tremendously popular video. In years past it was unthinkable that something  would be viewed a hundred million times, and now “Gangnam Style” has achieved more than twice this figure in just 3 months on YouTube.’

source: guinnessworldrecords.com

 

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