14 July 2010

[NEWS] 100714 The rebirth of Jay Park: 'Nothin on You' (VIDEO)

The rebirth of Jay Park: 'Nothin on You' (VIDEO)

In 2009, Internet assassins took aim at Jay Park, claiming he made posts on his MySpace page that were critical of his life in Korea. Protesters demanded that Park be forced to quit the K-pop boy group 2PM and JYP Entertainment said he would remain in the group, but Park announced he was leaving. Park, also known as Park Jaebeom, returned to the U.S., but now Park has risen again, using the very medium that nearly destroyed him: The Internet. This time. He's on YouTube with this music video "Nothin' on You."

According to different sources, it was later discovered that Park's comments were mistranslated and taken out of context and yet JYP Entertainment claims he made other mistakes...none that were criminal and the nature of these mistakes haven't been revealed.

Park is a third-generation Korean American who was born in Edmonds, Washington. After auditioning for JYP Entertainment, he trained for four years under their management to improve his singing and his Korean language skills. He was originally given the lead singer role for 2PM.

The 23-year-old Park can certainly dance and considers himself a b-boy and naturally part of the K-pop training is dancing. Park has returned to Korea and it was reported earlier this month that he signed with Sidus HQ for his singing and acting in that country.

This video was posted on YouTube, 12 July 2010. Bobby Ray Simmons, Peter Hernandez, Philip Lawrence, Ari Levine wrote "Nothin' on You" and the song was released in the U.S. on 2 February 2010 as the first single from B.o.B's first studio album "B.o.B. Presents: The Adventures of Bobby Ray" and the single features Bruno Mars.

Credit: LA Dance Examiners @ examiner.com


Post a Comment