Samuel Juno Park is a Korean-American rapper who currently lives in New York City. Park is also known as “Juno” and “Sam Park”. He was born in Seoul, South Korea and moved to the United States when he was 9 years old. He attended Stuyvesant High School in New York City where he was a member of the school’s hip-hop group, “The Stuyvesant All-Stars”.
Samuel Juno Park is currently in a relationship with her girlfriend, Arden Cho. The two of them live together and are married. They have a child who is around the same age as Samuel, and they are very proud of this fact. Arden is very active in her daughter’s life, attending all the school events that she can and providing all the resources that are needed for day-to-day running of the house. She also hops into bed at least once per night to help sleep through the night.
Samuel Juno Park Career
Park’s solo career began in 2007. He released his debut album, “Juno”, on February 28, 2007. The album featured production from frequent collaborators The Runners (who would later go on to produce tracks for other rappers such as Rick Ross and Kanye West). The lead single from the album, “I Got It”, garnered a large amount of airplay on several urban radio stations in America. Another single titled “There She Goes” also received much attention on urban radio stations.
Park’s second album, “Juno 2”, was released on May 14, 2010. The album featured production from frequent collaborators The Runners (who would later go on to produce tracks for other rappers such as Rick Ross and Kanye West). The first single from the album was called “Lose Control”. This song was produced by Ali Shaheed Muhammad of A Tribe Called Quest fame. The second single from the album was called “I’m a Thug”. This song was produced by Pharrell Williams of N*E*R*D fame.
In 2011 Park performed at various festivals in Europe including Rock am Ring and Rock im Park in Germany and Download Festival in the United Kingdom along with artists such as Eminem, 2 Chainz and Tech N9ne. Park also performed at Lollapalooza Chile along with other artists. In 2011 the single “I’m a Thug” was released on iTunes.
In 2012, Park was featured on the song “We Made It” by South Korean-American hip hop artist Epik High along with fellow Korean-American rapper Jim Jonsin. The song was also featured in the video game NBA 2K13 and appeared on the soundtrack for “”. Park also performed at various festivals around Europe including The Great Escape Festival in Brighton, England and Rock am Ring and Rock im Park in Germany along with artists such as Eminem, 2 Chainz, Nas and Jay Electronica. Park also performed at Lollapalooza Chile along with other artists.
He appeared on many notable mixtapes such as Common’s Thisisme (The Remixes) along with Talib Kweli and Jay Electronica. He also appeared on the 2009 mixtape “The New School” by J. Cole, alongside Drake, Common, and Blueprint.
Samuel Juno Park Show Me the Money
Korean-American rapper who Show Me the Money is a rap competition show on Mnet. Park competed in the first season of Show Me the Money and placed second. Park’s first single from his debut album, “I’m a Thug”, was released on iTunes in July 2012. The song is produced by Pharrell Williams and co-written by Pharrell, Kwamé, and Charlie Wilson.
Park’s debut album “Junoflo” was released on August 11, 2013. He recorded several songs for the album with frequent collaborators The Runners including “I’m a Thug” which was produced by Pharrell Williams, “Lose Control” which was produced by Ali Shaheed Muhammad of A Tribe Called Quest fame and “F**k the World” which was produced by Tyler, the Creator of Odd Future fame.
In 2013, Park performed at the 2013 Rock am Ring festival in Germany along with artists such as Eminem, 2 Chainz, Nas and Jay Electronica. He also performed at Lollapalooza Chile along with other artists.
Park was featured on “Grown” from the album “The Entire City” by Atlanta rapper OG Maco. The song peaked at #35 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart and #4 on the US Billboard Rap chart. The song also features fellow American rappers Wiz Khalifa & Juicy J and was produced by DJ Mustard. The video for “Grown” premiered on MTV’s 106 & Park and MTVU.