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Rapper Dumbfoundead Launches Production Company Focused on Asian American Artists (EXCLUSIVE)

Rapper Dumbfoundead Launches Production Company Focused on Asian American Artists (EXCLUSIVE)

Rapper Jon Park, higher recognized by his stage title Dumbfoundead, has launched new manufacturing firm Big Dummie.

Big Dummie Productions was created in affiliation with international music and leisure firm Transparent Arts. The firm will deal with producing initiatives from and starring Asian American artists, and shares its title with a Peacock comedy sequence about Park’s life, which has been in growth since 2020.

“The name ‘Big Dummie’ was inspired by my journey as a young creator thrown into an unfamiliar industry and learning by swimming with the sharks,” Park mentioned in a press release. “After years of trial and error, I want to apply what I’ve learned to the projects that my friends and I have been developing since we were young and dumb as we build and push boundaries with Big Dummie.”

Big Dummie’s first venture is the beforehand introduced movie “KPOPS,” directed by musician Anderson .Paak. The movie marks .Paak’s directorial debut, and can characteristic him and his son Soul Rasheed in starring roles. Big Dummie co-produces the movie with Stampede Ventures and the lately fashioned EST Studios. Park is a longtime collaborator of .Paak, who has made seven visitor appearances on Park’s singles.

“As a longtime friend of Anderson, I’ve seen him expand his creative vision time and time again,” Park mentioned in a press release. “I’m excited for my production company ‘Big Dummie’ to be a part of this unique story that brings together and celebrates Black and Asian culture through the love of music. I also can’t wait for the world to meet his son, Soul Rasheed, who I know everyone is going to love!”

Park has been releasing music as Dumbfoundead since 2005. He has since dropped 4 studio albums and 4 prolonged performs. As an actor, he has made appearances on TV reveals comparable to “Power,” “Adventure Time” and “Awkwafina Is Nora From Queens,” and voiced a personality in final yr’s “Raya and the Last Dragon.”

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