Jay Park to Step Down from His Post as the CEO if AOMG and H1GHR MUSIC


Jay Park announced big news today. The singer will be stepping down as the CEO of AOMG and H1GHR MUSIC, the two labels he has been managing for years.

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This is what he wrote on his personal Instagram.

“After a lot of thought and taking time to organize my emotions, I’ve decided to step down as the CEO of AOMG and H1GHR MUSIC. I know this may be shocking to a lot of people, but I will remain as an advisor for both labels, and we will continue to be a family and a crew. I want to thank all the fans that have trusted in me and supported me in all my endeavors, and I hope you guys continue to support Aomg, H1ghr Music, and me and all the things we do for many years to come.

As for all the Artists and employees at AOMG and H1ghr music, I want to sincerely thank you guys for entrusting your futures to these two labels that I’ve founded, and it’s really an honor to build this together and to continue to make history side by side. I don’t take it for granted for one second, and it will always be near and dear to my heart. I’m not perfect, but I’ve always tried my best and will continue to try my best. I love you all. Thank you and Happy New Year.”

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Meanwhile, AOMG is a hip-hop label founded by Jay Park in 2013. Currently, Simon Dominic, GRAY, Loco, Lee Hi, Code Kunst, GOT7’s Yugyeom, and more artists are members of the label. H1GHR MUSIC is another hip-hop label that Jay Park founded in 2017 with producer Cha Cha Malone. The company manages hip-hop artists like Sik-K, pH-1, and Woodie Gochild.

Since the news has hit the wire, fans are showing concerns if the artist is getting ready for his retirement from the music industry.

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