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The logo of AOMG
The logo of AOMG
Founded 2013 (2013)–present
Founder Jay Park
Distributor(s) CJ E&M, LOEN Entertainment
Genre Hip Hop, R&B, Rap, Sports
Country of origin Seattle, Washington
Location Seoul, South Korea
Official website

AOMG is an independent South Korean record label led by Jay Park and Simon Dominic. AOMG is an acronym that stands for "Above Ordinary Music Group" or "Always On My Grind."[1][2]


Although the group is nowadays more well known as the Korean hip-hop label, the name AOMG originally comes from the "Art of Movement". The "Art of Movement" is a Seattle-based B-Boying group which Jay Park joined in 2003 with members such as Dial Tone, Junior, and Cha Cha Malone. Jay Park founded AOMG in late September 2013, and he initially signed composer Jun Goon, singer, and producer Gray, and Cha Cha Malone, a producer and dancer with Jay Park's dance crew Art of Movement.[1] The label had its launch party on October 10, 2013, at "The A" in Seoul with Ben Baller as the host.[3] The same month, the label released its first album, Gray's mini-album, Call Me Gray.[4]

In March 2014, Simon Dominic announced that he had joined AOMG as co-CEO several months after his departure from his former label Amoeba Culture.[5] Artists Elo, Loco, Ugly Duck, DJ Wegun, DJ Pumkin, and Hoody joined AOMG over the next two years.[6]

In January 2016, South Korean media company CJ E&M announced that it had formed a strategic partnership with AOMG.[2] CJ E&M said in a statement that it would "support" AOMG with distribution and marketing, while AOMG would continue to control its music.[7] (Note: As of October 2016, CJ E&M is the exclusive distributor of AOMG's releases excluding those of Loco, handled by LOEN Entertainment.)

Jay Park, Simon Dominic, Gray, Loco - 2014 United States Tour
Loco and Jay Park - 2014 United States Tour

Key People[edit]



AOMG has had multiple collaborations with dance crews and studios including:

  • 1MILLION Dance Studio
    • All I Wanna Do - Jay Park
    • Yacht (k)-Jay Park ft Sik-K
  • Prepix
    • Me Like Yuh - Jay Park
    • Yacht (K)- Jay Park Ft Sik-K
  • PURPLOW [8]
    • Ain't No Party Like An AOMG Party - Jay Park and Ugly Duck
    • Me Like Yuh - Jay Park
    • Mommae - Jay Park
    • You Know - Jay Park
    • Thinking About You - Loco


Albums and EPs[edit]

Title Artist Year
Call Me Gray Gray 2013
Evolution Jay Park 2014
Locomotive Loco
Won & Only Simon Dominic 2015
Worldwide Jay Park
Scene Stealers Jay Park & Ugly Duck 2016
8 Femmes Elo
Everything You Wanted Jay Park
On and On Hoody
Bleached Loco 2017

Digital singles[edit]

Title Artist(s) Year
"Hold Me Tight" Loco 2014
"Metronome" Jay Park (ft. Gray, Simon Dominic)
"The Promise"
"Your Love" Elo (ft. The Quiett) 2015
"Just Do It (하기나 해)" Gray (ft. Loco)
"MOMMAE (몸매)" Jay Park (ft. Ugly Duck)
"Whatever" Ugly Duck (ft. Mayson the Soul, U-Turn)
"Respect" Loco (ft. Gray)
"Solo" Jay Park (ft. Hoody)
"My Last" Jay Park (ft. Loco, Gray)
"Simon Dominic (사이먼 도미닉)" Simon Dominic
"W & Only ft. Jay Park" Simon Dominic
"A Piece of Cake (누워서 떡 먹기)" Ugly Duck, DJ Wegun
"Asia" Ugly Duck (ft. Reddy, JJJ, DJ Scratch)
"All I Wanna Do" Jay Park 2016
"Friends With Benefits" Elo (ft. Hoody)
"Like You" Hoody
"Good" Gray & Loco (ft. Elo)
"Ain't No Party Like An AOMG Party" Jay Park & Ugly Duck
"ㅎㄷㄷPUT'EM UP" Jay Park & Ugly Duck
"I Don't Disappoint" Jay Park
"Rose" Elo
"Me like yuh (k)" Jay Park (ft. Hoody)
"Stay With Me" Jay Park
"Drive" Jay Park (ft. Gray)
"Aquaman" Jay Park
"All I Wanna Do (k)" Jay Park (ft. Hoody & Loco)
"Still" Loco (ft. Crush)
"By Your Side " Hoody (ft. Jinbo)
"Your Eyes " Hoody (ft. Jay Park)
"Hulk Hogan (헐크호건)" Jay Park 2017
"Raw Sh!t" Jay Park
"Yacht" Jay Park (ft. Sik-k)
"Forget About Tomorrow " Jay Park (ft. Yultron) 2018
"We Are" Woo Won Jae (ft. Gray & Loco)
"Upside Down" Loco, Gray, Jay Park & Simon Dominic


  • AOMG 2014 United States Tour[9]
    • Los Angeles, Belasco Theater (14 November 2014)
    • New York, Stage 48 (15 November 2014)
    • Washington, DC, Echostage (20 November 2014)
  • AOMG 2016 United States Tour[10]
  • Follow The Movement 2016 Tour[11]
    • Seoul, Blue Square (29 & 30 January 2016)
    • Busan, BEXCO (13 February 2016)
    • Daegu, EXCO (21 February 2016)
  • Follow The Movement 2016 American Tour[12]
    • Chicago, House of Blues (5 April 2016)
    • New York, PlayStation Theater (8 April 2016)
    • Houston, Warehouse Live (11 April 2016)
    • Dallas, The Bomb Factory (12 April 2016)
    • Las Vegas, House of Blues (13 April 2016)
    • Los Angeles, Wiltern Theater (14 April 2016)
    • San Francisco, Warfield Theater (16 April 2016)
    • Seattle, Showbox Sodo (17 April 2016)
  • AOMG Concert 2017 ‘Follow The Movement’ [13]
    • Seoul, Olympic Hall in Olympic Park (11 and 12 February 2017)
    • Bangkok, BCC Hall Central Plaza Ladprao (25 March 2017)
    • Taipei, Taipei International Convention Centre (9 April 2017)
    • Singapore, Suntec Convention Centre Hall (1 May 2017)


  • Elle Style Award (Best Music Act)


  1. ^ a b "Jay Park establishes independent label 'AOMG'". Allkpop. 2013-09-23. Retrieved 2016-03-25. 
  2. ^ a b "CJ E&M Partners With Jay Park's Label AOMG". HelloKpop. 2016-01-06. Retrieved 2016-03-25. 
  3. ^ "Jay Park to Kick Off Launch Party For His Independent Label "AOMG"". Soompi. 2013-10-09. Retrieved 2016-03-25. 
  4. ^ "Jay Park Introduces New Artist Gray and Their Agency AOMG". Soompi. 2013-10-26. Retrieved 2016-03-25. 
  5. ^ "Simon D Goes Solo - Former Supreme Team Member Joins Jay Park's New Label AOMG". KpopStarz. 2014-03-09. Retrieved 2016-03-25. 
  6. ^ "The First Woman To Join AOMG Is R&B Singer, Hoody Kim". Officially Kmusic. 2015-12-16. Retrieved 2016-03-25. 
  7. ^ "CJ E&M acquires hip-hop label AOMG". The Korean Herald. 2016-01-06. Retrieved 2016-03-25. 
  9. ^ "Jay Park to Head Out on AOMG U.S. Tour With Simon D, Gray, Loco & DJ Pumpkin". Billboard. 2014-10-14. Retrieved 2016-03-25. 
  10. ^ "▲●■◆". AOMG Follow The Movement 2016 American Tour. Retrieved 2016-05-05. 
  11. ^ "Hip-hop label AOMG to hold their very first solo concert tour". Allkpop. 2015-12-28. Retrieved 2016-03-25. 
  12. ^ "AOMG To Bring Their "Follow The Movement" Tour to the US This April". Soompi. 2016-02-19. Retrieved 2016-03-25. 
  13. ^ "표미내 기자 - AOMG 단독 콘서트 '2017 Follow The Movement' 성료". 톱스타뉴스 (in Korean). 2017-02-14. Retrieved 2018-04-22. 

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