Korean-American rapper and businessman whose impact on the music industry was initially felt when he co-founded Treble & Bassment Records, which birthed the careers of pop stars like Ailee. He broke out as a rapper in 2010 with the release of the album Basic Strategy.
He first fell in love with rap after hearing a mix CD at age thirteen. He began writing his own raps shortly thereafter.
He spent several years away from the music industry before returning in 2009, when he co-founded the talent management company Muzo Entertainment.
His real name is Johnny Jung.
He recruited singer Clara Chung to Muzo Entertainment.