From resigning as CEO to deleting Instagram, Jay Park seems to have already prepared for his retirement

After stepping down as CEO of hip-hop labels AOMG and H1ghr Music, Jay Park (Park Jae-beom) even deactivated his Instagram. It seems like he has prepared to retire in earnest.

On January 1st, Jay Park re-organized his Instagram posts then deleted his account. At the moment, if you search for his account on Instagram, you will see “This page is not available”.

On the 31st of last month, Jay Park posted on his Instagram, “After a lot of long considerations and long decisions, I decided to resign as CEO of AOMG and H1ghr Music”, adding, “I think everyone will be surprised by this news, but I will continue to play the role of an advisor to the labels and we will continue to maintain our good relationship like family members”.

Jay Park

Jay Park founded AOMG in 2013 and this hip-hop label is managing Simon Dominic, Gray, Loco, Lee Hi, Cod Kunst, Woo Won-jae, and GOT7 Yugyeom.

In 2017, H1ghr Music, which is the home to Sik-K, Kim Ha-on, BIG Naughty, GroovyRoom, TRADE L, and GOT7 JB, was established.

On December 30th, one day before Jay Park stepped down as CEO, he posted on Twitter, saying, “If I ever retire or disappear, make sure to miss me”, hinting at his resignment.

He also mentioned this retirement several times through interviews and documentary broadcasts before. Recently, his soju brand is said to be ready for launching, making his retirement more certain.

Meanwhile, Jay Park released his new song “To Life” on January 1st. If his retirement is decided, this might be his last music activity.

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