PSY took over the Mnet Asian Music Awards.

The 34-year-old South Korean rapper took home four awards on Friday at the Asian ceremony in Hong Kong.

PSY even gave a performance of his hit "Gangnam Style" which helped put K-pop in a whole new level of popularity around the world.

The Korean pop star won awards for song of the year, best music video, best dance performance and global favorite artist.

"I cannot break this record forever I think, unless I do naked video or something," Psy joked before the press after the award show, as reported by the Bangkok Post.

This is the first time that the annual Asian award show has taken place in Hong Kong.

Other K-pop stars who appeared at the show included Super Junior, Wonder Girls and Sistar.

PSY's success continues to grow.

The music video that won the top spot at the Asian Music Awards also became the most watched video in the history of YouTube last weekend, according to Us Magazine.  PSY's "Gangnam Style" took the YouTube record away from Canadian pop star Justin Bieber's hit "Baby."

The video, which pokes fun at a rich neighborhood in Seoul, has inspired plenty of copies, mash-ups and parodies by people around the world which have included massive flash mobs of people imitating PSY's horse dance. The video currently has over 850 million views on Youtube.

PSY's fame has led him to dance with the likes of Britney Spears, Madonna, and even U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon.

During the 2012 American Music Awards, PSY danced with rapper and dancer MC Hammer for remix of the 1990s hit "Too Legit to Quit" with "Gangnam Style."

The singer has been on the South Korean charts since 2001, but only recently crossed over to being a global sensation.