A little coarse language doesn't make what he said less valid. Comparing a well-produced, engineered-to-be-catchy pop song with a quite frankly legendary satirical video attached to a piece of looping videogame music with no video from an unreleased game that 99.9% of gamers have never heard of is just a little bit unrealistic.
That's all pretty uncalled for Nautilus. Grow up. You're capable of better.
Look at the rest of the post before your jimmies reach the rustled status. While it may be a bit of a fluke that this song is EXPLOSIVELY popular, especially with Americans, it was always going to have a certain audience within Korea. Psy was already a well established artist with a fan base and had a reputation for putting out good, humorous stuff. He knew what his audience expected of him and crafted it in such a way that it'd be attractive to anyone, not just people who were in on the joke.
The video follows well established American music video tropes of luxury and SWAGGER, which people understand, yet subverts them by putting Psy in every day places and making him look ridiculous. And even though he may be subverting the formula, the dude still knows how to catch a few flies: putting sexy pop starlets in, and zoom shots of butts.
Your "video" is a song you hired a guy to write whose name is known by hardly anyone outside this community, and this community is small. But this isn't even about the song, is it? Those of us who know you well are well aware that you have a penchant for the passive aggressive, and you're really wondering, "why isn't Wrack popular?" Well, I could go into an awful lot of factors here. I could talk about how it has ignored the lessons of the past twenty years. Or the fact that it has no marketing to speak of. Or maybe the fact that it's presently released with next to no content.
But I won't derail the thread any further and I'll just end off by saying there's quite a few damn good reasons why this particular piece of media has been getting attention. People LIKE it, and for once they like it not because it's been crammed down our throats like most pre-packaged American pop. Even if it's following some of the customs of the industry, people actually chose to like and support this, and that's why the video is capable of getting ten million views a day. It's new, weird, fresh and funny to them, and people are eating it up.