Producer PJ, who helped IU’s debut, became a record producer

Provided|PJ Entertainment

[Reporter Se-yeon Park, Daily Economy Star Today]

Star producer PJ (real name Park Soo-jong), who led singer IU’s debut, will be transformed into a record producer.

One of IU’s representative songs, “Marshmallow,” which was released in 2009 and received great love, and starting with her debut album “Lost And Found,” “Growing Up” and “IU…”Composer PJ, who has participated as a producer in a total of four albums, including IU ‘I’m’ and ‘REAL’, will recently establish PJ Entertainment under his name and take on full-fledged challenges as a producer.

PJ is Lee Hyo-ri’s “Toc Toc Toc”, Ulala Session and IU’s “Mind”, Hyorin’s “Hi”, Gain’s “Apple” (Feat. Park Jae-beom), Gummy’s “Snow Flower”, SG Wannabe’s “Confession” “Jureuk”, K.will’s “Feat of Marsa”.

In particular, she participated as a producer of the title track of the single album “Woduwa Dialogue” of the Japanese legendary girl group “Team-A” in 2010 and paved the way for the global K-pop craze by becoming a first-generation Korean composer. He is currently a director of the Korea Music Copyright Association (komca), a division of the company, and contributes to the development of the Korean music industry.

“We have discovered many talented musicians of various genres and are going through professional training courses under a systematic incubation system, and are about to debut soon,” said CEO P.J. Park Soo-jong. “K composer such as BoA’s ‘Starry Night, Feat. Crush’, HYNN’s ‘Like Watering the withered Flower’. “We are also building a lineup of top producers.”

“We will grow into a total entertainment group that leads the Korean music trend by combining know-how and advanced management systems with various musicians representing K-pop,” he said. “We will accelerate the search for new content that can be loved by many people.”

[Ⓒmottokorea All rights reserved]

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply