Jay Park has confirmed he’s not going anywhere after stepping down as CEO of AOMG and H1GHR MUSIC and even plans to give fans a big surprise. Fans worried the rapper would soon be retiring after leaving his seat at the two labels, but he will be releasing new albums.
Fans began to worry that Jay Park was retiring after he made an announcement and a tweet urging fans to miss him if he retired or disappeared. Thankfully, the 34-year-old star has finally come clean.
In a tweet published via AllKpop on Monday, January 24, the singer-songwriter reassured fans that he will stay in business. He also replied to his followers who were concerned that he would disappear from the spotlight.
He did his best to calm their curiosity about his supposed withdrawal. I’m not retired yet, he said.
Jay revealed he’s accomplished about 80 feats over the past two years but has only released seven songs under his name. He knew he still owed his fans, and even himself, at least an album or two.
After putting his own career on hold to work for other people, the entrepreneur announced that 2020 was going to be a crazy year. It looks like fans will once again be hearing new music from Jay himself.
Before 2021 came to an end, the Mommae hitmaker surprisingly announced that he was stepping down as CEO of AOMG and H1GHR MUSIC, Soompi reports. In a post on Instagram on December 31, he said in Korean and English that after much deliberation and organizing his emotions, he decided to give up his seat at the two music labels.
He knew this was surprising news for fans, but made it clear he would remain available as an advisor. He, too, vowed to continue to be his family and crew.
Jay thanked his fans for supporting and trusting him throughout. He asked her for her continued support for AOMG, H1GHR MUSIC and all the things he intends to do.
Jay also thanked the artists and staff, thanking them for trusting the label he founded with their future. It is an honor to shape their future together and continue to make history together, Jay continued.
Jay founded AOMG in 2013 and H1GHR MUSIC in 2017 with Cha Cha Mamone. He has served as CEO since the founding of both companies.