Jay Park launches new label More Vision: ‘I want to create something that will be loved by the world’
- Korean American rapper Jay Park has launched a new label named More Vision.
- The launch comes months after he announced that he would be stepping down as CEO of AOMG and H1ghr Music.
- Soon after the announcement, a rumor began circulating online that the Seattle-born rapper was ready to launch his own label.
- “I want to create something that will be loved by the world even more than before,” he said of More Vision.
Korean American rapper Jay Park has officially unveiled his new label, More Vision, months after announcing he would be stepping down as CEO of AOMG and H1ghr Music.
Jay Park, whose full Korean name is Park Jae-beom, 34, announced the new company in a video interview posted on More Vision’s new YouTube channel on Thursday. The Seattle-born rapper also shared with NME some of his thoughts on his career.
People are accusing hip-hop artist Jay Park of cultural appropriation for his “Asian version” of Kendrick Lamar’s hit song “DNA.”
Problematic video: On Monday the Korean American rapper released a music video for the song — which has since been made private on YouTube — that tackles his pride for his Korean culture and Asian heritage while prominently featuring visuals from Black culture.
Korean American rapper, singer and songwriter Jay Park has shared his opinions about President Trump while the nation continues to fight against COVID-19.
Park posted screenshots of an article he took part in for Billboard in an Instagram post late last week, encouraging his fans to stay safe and to support one another.
No. 2 ranked featherweight MMA fighter Brian Ortega reportedly engaged in an altercation with rapper Jay Park during UFC 248 on March 7.
Park attended the event at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas that night to accompany his friend, No. 4 ranked fighter Chan Sung Jung, better known as “The Korean Zombie.”
Korean-American rapper Jay Park sparked some fiery exchange between him and some Twitter users after he compared what his accomplishments with that of BTS and Bong Joon Ho.
“What bts has done for kpop what jay park has done for k hip hop what bong jun ho director has done for the korean film industry….. all very different lanes but all historic none the less and if u disagree u just a hater,” he wrote.
Jay Park has made a sizable donation to aid in the efforts of fighting the bushfires in Australia.
In a tweet posted on Monday, the Korean American rapper revealed that he donated $30,000 to the New South Wales Rural Fire Service.
Jay Park surprised fans with a generous treat on Monday!
After wrapping up his “SEXY 4EVA” World Tour in his home of Seattle, the Korean American artist invited his audience to an afterparty.
Korean American rapper/entrepreneur Jay Park recently announced that he is starting his own soju company.
Park, founder and CEO of the independent hip hop record labels AOMG and H1ghr revealed his plans during an interview on the podcast “Broken GPS” on HIPHOPLE.
Celebrity jeweler Ben Baller has created four special custom Soju bottles for singer Jay Park, a friend he considers “a true dongsaeng (younger sibling).”
In an Instagram post, the Korean-American “jeweler-to-the-stars” shared an image of one of the Soju bottles, along with a touching tribute to Park and his accomplishments and contributions to the music industry.
After trending on Twitter for his controversial statements on cultural appropriation, singer Jay Park clarified his stance in a series of tweets and an apology on Instagram.
A series of tweets by hip-hop and K-pop star Jay Park have generated some controversy online for taking a more positivistic stance on Lil Pump’s racist lyrics.
Korean American artist Jay Park recently appeared on “Sway in the Morning” to talk about his upcoming single “Soju” featuring 2 Chainz.
During the interview, Park discussed his breakdancing abilities and K-pop mega-group BTS before proceeding to drop an epic freestyle over a DJ Premier beat.