Tiger JK and Dok2 establish new record label
Songee Kim, Sept. 22, 2016, 10:41 a.m.
Two of the biggest names in Korean rap are joining forces in a new venture. Tiger JK -- a member of hip-hop trio Drunken Tiger and founder of record label Jungle Entertainment -- and Dok2 -- rapper and co-founder of Illionaire Records -- have founded new hip-hop record label Ghood Life Crew, the company announced Thursday.
Longtime friends and colleagues, Tiger JK and Dok2 were both founding members of Movement, a leading hip-hop crew in the early 2000s that was eventually phased out without a formal announcement of disbandment.
Most recently, Tiger JK revealed via his personal social media channel that Drunken Tiger is currently working on a new album.
Among the first artists to be signed under Ghood Life Crew is Superbee, whose latest mini album “The Life is 82 0.5”-- produced by Prima Vista, Make 4 Play and LyKydo -- was released Friday. Superbee first drew public attention when he appeared in the fifth season of Mnet’s hip-hop competition show “Show Me the Money.”