PSY Shares Old Photo + Fond Memory Of Producing Lee Seung Gi’s Debut Track
PSY treated fans to an unexpected blast from the past!
On May 24, PSY took to Instagram to share an old photo of himself with Lee Seung Gi from 2003, before the singer-turned-actor’s debut the following year.
Back in 2004, PSY produced Lee Seung Gi’s hit debut track “Because You’re My Girl,” as well as “Delete,” another song from his first album. (PSY wrote the music, lyrics, and arrangements for both songs, in addition to penning lyrics for three other tracks on the album.)
In the caption of his Instagram post, PSY wrote, “me & [Lee Seung Gi],” before taking a walk down memory lane by reminiscing about the songs they worked on together as Lee Seung Gi prepared for his debut. He added in the hashtags, “2003,” “Because You’re My Girl,” “Delete,” and “so young,” along with two crying emojis.
Shortly afterwards, singer-songwriter Lee Juck responded with a comment reminding PSY of his own contribution to Lee Seung Gi’s debut album.
Referring to a song he composed for Lee Seung Gi, Lee Juck playfully wrote, “There’s also a masterpiece called ‘Nobody’ on this album.”
PSY later replied, “Oh oh, you’re right, hyung!!! Wow…”
12 years after Lee Seung Gi’s debut (and 13 years after the above photo was taken), PSY produced Lee Seung Gi’s final song before his military enlistment—the 2016 track “Meet Someone Like Me.”
Watch Lee Seung Gi in the latest episode of “Master in the House” below!