Jay Park stepping down from CEO at record labels AOMG, H1GHR Music
Singer Jay Park revealed Friday that he is stepping down from the CEO position at independent hip-hop record labels AOMG and H1GHR Music (pronounced higher music), both of which he founded.
Park shared the news on his social media accounts.
“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,” Park wrote in English.
“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 […] and I hope you guys continue to support AOMG, H1GHR Music, and I and all the things we do for many years to come.”
He thanked fans for their support over the years and wished them a happy New Year.
Park founded AOMG, home to rappers like Simon Dominic, Gray and Loco, in 2013 and H1GHR Music, home to Sik-K, pH-1 and Woodie Gochild, in 2017.
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