[RECAP] Justin Park, G2, Junoflo, and Year of the Ox Set Los Angeles Ablaze with Unforgettable Concert

On March 26, music fans gathered at a concert headlined by Justin Park, G2, Junoflo, and Year of the Ox. Presented by 5A Label and The Blended Group, the concert was held at 1720 in Los Angeles, and fans of all ages and backgrounds came out to enjoy the music and performances.

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G2, a rapper who is widely recognized from the popular show “Show Me the Money,” and known for his sharp lyricism and unique flow, took the stage first. G2’s set was high-energy from start to finish, with the crowd bouncing along to his rapid-fire rhymes and bass-heavy beats. To end his set, he even brought out the following act Junoflo, for a collaborative performance of “High Hopes”  that made the crowd go wild.

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Next up was artist, songwriter, and producer Junoflo, who exhibited his signature blend of hip-hop, R&B, and rock influences. His set included fan favorites like “Bent” and “Level 10,” as well as material from his time in Korea, “Icarus.” Junoflo’s energy and charisma kept the crowd engaged throughout his set, and he even took time to interact with fans and share stories from his own life and experiences. He ended his set with unreleased music that showcased his vocal abilities and a surprise performance of “Never Enough” alongside Sangstaa, a Korean-American rapper and producer.

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LA-raised singer and songwriter Justin Park, a rising star in the R&B and hip-hop world who has gotten a lot of recognition from many well-known artists and publications such as BTS’ Jungkook and Billboard Radio China, took the stage next and immediately had the crowd dancing and singing along to his smooth vocals and infectious beats. Park’s set was filled with hits from his debut album, Places Like Home, as well as a few surprises for fans who have been following his career. 

Just like the previous performers, Justin brought out special guests to perform. Ted Park, a 28-year-old Korean-American rapper, came out for a wild performance of “Adore You, Dior You”; Planet Love and Zane Taylor, a music collective out of Los Angeles, arrived to sing unreleased music as well as “Sunset Years”; dancers Ellen Kim and Laura Mizuno backed up Justin in his song “Shady”; and TikToker Jonny Tran joined the other dancers to perform “On The Low.” Fans in attendance took to social media to share their excitement about the performances, with many praising the guests for their vocal abilities and stage presence. The collaborations were a standout moment in the concert, and fans were grateful for the opportunity to witness it live.

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The night closed out on a high with Year of the Ox’s explosive performance that had the crowd on their feet. The Korean-American duo made up of rappers Lyricks and Jaeyoung blended traditional Asian sounds with modern hip-hop beats, creating a sound that is truly unique and refreshing. Their set was full of energy and passion and left the crowd wanting more​​​​.

But perhaps the highlight of the night came when all of the acts came out to perform their brand new songs “Gold Rocky” and “Dale Denton.” “Gold Rocky” is a catchy track that features upbeat instrumentals and smooth vocals from Justin Park. The lyrics focus on chasing success and striving for greatness, whereas “Dale Denton” is a more laid-back and introspective song that reveals the unique styles of G2, Junoflo, and Year of the Ox. The lyrics delve into themes of self-reflection and perseverance in the face of obstacles.

Overall, the concert was a huge success, showcasing the talents of some of the most exciting rising stars in the R&B and hip-hop world. The diverse lineup and enthusiastic crowd made for a memorable night, and fans left the venue buzzing with excitement and anticipation for what these artists will do next.


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