SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA - APRIL 13: South Korean singer Psy performs onstage during his 'Happening' concert at Seoul World Cup Sta
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As if becoming a YouTube legend wasn’t enough, Psy is now working with rock legends.

Queen guitarist Brian May, aka the guy who wrote classics like "We Will Rock You" and "Fat Bottomed Girls," is working on his first solo album in over a decade, and recruited Psy to help. 

May released his last solo effort, Another World, in 1998 and has only dabbled in a few collabos since, notably playing electric guitar on Lady Gaga's "You and I." So May's new full-length is a big deal.

According to Yahoo! Philippines, Psy was moved when the guitar god reached out for help on his forthcoming record. "I cried so hard," he revealed. "I realized that dreams can come true."

While we await the duo's collabo, check out Psy's new "Gentleman" music video in the meantime.