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The Dubai-Psy confusion cleared up
My Music X releases official statement to clear up confusion.
February 28, 2013 5:00 by kippreport
My Music X has confirmed that Korean star Psy will not be coming to Dubai this March.
According to an initial press statement by My Music X in Dubai, Psy was meant to be performing in Dubai on the 28th of March. It was announced that singer – made famous by his hit song ‘Gangnam Style’ – will be part of a line-up set to perform at My Music X’s Festival.
A couple of days later, Psy tweeted a statement denying that he was coming to the Emirate. Upon contacting My Music X for clarification on the matter, Kipp was told that the event company was working on resolving the issue – but that in the meantime they suspect there may have been a misunderstanding between the performer and his agent.
The company’s official statement is below:
My Music X has announced that due to circumstances beyond its control and that of the performer, PSY will not be coming to Dubai to participate in the My Music X three-day music festival scheduled at the end of March.
The My Music X event will however still feature a host of internationally renowned performers including Sean Paul, Akon, Eve and others at the headline My Music X concert on 28th March at Atlantis Dubai.
Darrell Bell, My Music X Founding Partner said: “We are confident that the first My Music X will still offer the public and our partners an outstanding musical experience of a kind they have never experienced here in Dubai or the region before.
“The main artists, events, workshops, club nights and DJs My Music X has planned for Dubai are right on schedule and we will announce details of new and additional talent in the days ahead. Our three day event has already attracted some globally renowned performers and industry experts such as the world famous music producer Teddy Riley responsible for producing several Michael Jackson tracks.”