Jay Park, the “hustle king” of K-pop? Spotify thinks so. Photo: @jparkitrighthere/Instagram Jay Park, the “hustle king” of K-pop? Spotify thinks so. Photo: @jparkitrighthere/Instagram
Jay Park, the “hustle king” of K-pop? Spotify thinks so. Photo: @jparkitrighthere/Instagram
K-pop idols

Why does Spotify call Jay Park the ‘hustle king’ of K-pop? He left idol group 2PM, started his own YouTube channel and now he’s reportedly worth US$15 million – so how does he spend his cash?

  • Since quitting JYP’s boy group, the Korean-American hip-hop star has founded two record labels, AOMG and H1ghr Music, and even partnered with Jay-Z’s Roc Nation
  • He shows off both high-end and street fashion on Instagram – think Nike, Adidas, Gucci and Chanel – but spent on Covid-19 relief in his hometown of Seattle too

Topic |   K-pop idols
Jay Park, the “hustle king” of K-pop? Spotify thinks so. Photo: @jparkitrighthere/Instagram Jay Park, the “hustle king” of K-pop? Spotify thinks so. Photo: @jparkitrighthere/Instagram
Jay Park, the “hustle king” of K-pop? Spotify thinks so. Photo: @jparkitrighthere/Instagram
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