By Michael Holmes
(CNN) - It's been a couple of months since his wacky video "Gangnam Style" took the internet by storm, but South Korean rapper Psy is still dancing his way to the top.
The South Korean pop star Jae Sang Park, better known as Psy, is taking America by storm.
"I'm here to promote myself. I'm the guy, I'm the guy and I'm the guy," said Psy.
His "Gangnam Style" tops the charts and has racked up more than 200 million views on YouTube and is everywhere on television: Saturday Night Live's season premiere, the Today show, and MTV's Video Music Awards.
"I didn't expect anything like this. I'm talking to CNN at the VMA's. Crazy," said Psy.
Psy even credits CNN for helping fuel his new found worldwide fame.
"First of all, I like appreciate CNN a lot because you were the first guys who brought me in front to the world. Like how many days was it? It was already a long time ago, but that was first time CNN appeared me. That's what I saw, put me in front of the world," said Psy.
But while everyone knows his song, the Korean pop star says he's still trying to get people to remember his name.
"The video is much more popular. So if people say like, 'Hey, I'm Psy.' People say, 'Psy, what is Psy?' and so I say, 'Gangnam Style, YouTube video,' and people go, 'Ohhh!' so things go like this," said Psy.
Americans may not understand the lyrics, and some are still learning the dance moves, but with or without a translation, fans love Gangnam Style.
"The style is noble at daytime and crazy at night. That's Gangnam Style," said Psy.
Psy is already busy working with Justin Bieber's producer on what he hopes will be his next big hit.