It was as if a hip-hop club in trendy Gangnam District was transplanted to New York City on Friday night when Korean-American singer and rapper Jay Park and the AOMG (Above Ordinary Music Group) crew -- composed of DJ Pumkin, singer/rappers Gray, Loco and Simon Dominic -- electrified a crowd in the heart of Times Square’s PlayStation Theater. New York City was the second stop of the 2016 AOMG Follow the Movement North American eight-city tour.
Park, a versatile talent known for singing, songwriting, rapping, dancing, acting, and modeling, would like to add music video director to his resume one day. Speaking to Billboard before the concert, Park said, “I think visually, and music videos spark my creativity.” Ever the businessman (Park is Co-CEO, along with Simon Dominic, of his AOMG record label), Park is nevertheless hesitant to do so at this point. “I really thought about it one time. I was like, ’Maybe I should just direct my own music videos.’ I don’t know because I’m a little bit scared. Music videos are really expensive and if I mess it up, it’s like, ’Oh, there goes 15,000 dollars,' you know?” explained Park.
New York!!!!!---------------------- up next #AOMGHOUSTON http://aomgtour2016.com/tickets April 5, 2016 – Chicago, IL – House of Blues April 8, 2016 – New York City, NY – Playstation Theater April 11, 2016 – Houston, TX – Warehouse Live April 12, 2016 – Dallas, TX – Bomb Factory April 13, 2016 – Las Vegas, NV – House of Blues April 14, 2016 – Los Angeles, CA – Wiltern Theater April 16, 2016 – San Francisco, CA – Warfield Theater April 17, 2016 – Seattle, WA – Showbox Sodo