JUSTIN PARK, G2, JUNOFLO, and YEAR OF THE OX Announce a Los Angeles Show, Two Singles, and a New Project


L.A.-based Korean-American artists are teaming up for a never-before-done project. JUSTIN PARK, G2, JUNOFLO, and YEAR OF THE OX, with three artists who have participated in the hit Korean show "Show Me The Money," are excited to

announce their upcoming live music show in L.A. Presented by 5A and The Blended Group, the show will be held on Sunday, March 26th, at 1720, with doors opening at 7 PM PST. Tickets can be purchased Here.

The collaboration began with many of the artists being based out of Los Angeles, working on multiple music projects individually. The CEO of 5A, Peter "Mister Rocks" Hong, suggested that they collaborate at the 5A Studio on a song. Eventually, one song became more, and each artist brought their own flair to the project. 

YEAR OF THE OX brings hardcore rap and unmistakable lyrical talent, JUNOFLO brings his aggressive rap style with bright melodies, G2 brings his creative flow and imaginative lyrics, and JUSTIN PARK brings his charming R&B vocals and lyrical storytelling. Each artist blends together to make a compilation reminiscent of the early '90s hip-hop compilations. 

The Los Angeles show follows the release of two singles, "GOLD ROCKY" and "DALE DENTON," which will be released on March 24th. "GOLD ROCKY" features JUSTIN PARK, G2, and YEAR OF THE OX, with fresh and carefree vibes that make it stand out. "DALE DENTON", featuring G2, JUNOFLO, and YEAR OF THE OX, introduces itself and demands to be experienced as it challenges and teases naysayers while playing off of the fight scene from the movie, "Pineapple Express."


The singles are accompanied by their respective music videos, which will be released alongside the singles on March 24th. "GOLD ROCKY" and "DALE DENTON" will be available on all major streaming platforms.

Ciera Reeves

Ciera is the founder of KpopWise. She has been a fan of Korean pop culture since 2005 and writing about it since 2009. Her bias groups are VIXX and OnlyOneOf. She is a 2nd-3rd generation K-pop fan, but she is actively keeping up with the current artists. twitter instagram

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