Gangnam style Christmas lights is giving the traditional "Jingle Bell Rock" and "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer" some stiff competition this year. The wildly popular Korean pop song "Gangnam Style" by PSY is now part of a family's outdoor Christmas decorations.
John Storms of Cedar Park, Texas, has put his 25,000 Christmas lights to the beat of "Gangnam Style." While the lights are traditional enough – snowflakes, Christmas trees, and icicles – the pop tune they are flashing to is sure to make any passerby stop and take a second look.
"We have the notebook computer – a little dongle here – that connects the lights. Then we have a little obvious transmitter that connects us to the radio, just enough to reach the street, " Storms explains to local NBC station KXAN.
He said it took about two weeks total to install the lights and set it to music.
Gangnam Style is the most viewed video in YouTube history with 805 million views. The hilarious music video with the viral horse dance stole the top spot on Youtube from Justin Bieber and his song "Baby ft. Ludacris" this week (803 million views).