The Ask About Me rapper first released the track on May 17 and returns with the full video treatment for the banger, complete with an armored truck full of cash, a Karaoke party and the full backing of a cameo from Hit-Boy. According to the director Jack Begert, they had a dope time shooting the video throughout the entire neighborhood of Koreatown.
“Got to shut down one of my favorite neighborhoods in LA for Jay Park K-TOWN music video w/ Hit-Boy,” Jack wrote on Instagram.
“Shout out to my dude Jay for hanging out the back of the armored truck Joker-style.”
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Got to shut down one of my favorite neighborhoods in LA for @jparkitrighthere 🚀 K-TOWN music video w/ @hitboy … Shout out to my dude Jay for hanging out the back of the armored truck Joker-style… 🎥🎭💫 movie next!!! ———— Producers: @camsanter @showmesutton @sobelstacks Co-Producer: @neal_farmstrong DP: @jsbaron Edit: @neal_farmstrong @jackbegert 1st AD: @travisbknight 2nd AD: JaColbi Johnson 1st AC: @shawfisher 2nd AC: Anthony Goodman Steadi: @steadiserg PD: Cody Fusina, Alec Faught, Andrew Caso Gaffer: @etgomez88 BBE: Jesse Lee Key Grip: Rob Padilla BBG: Michael Moore Swing: @chentedale Styling: @madbadting MUA: Elizabeth Hill Artist Styling: @fakegirlcrush Artist MUA: @inlatefall Stunt Coordinator: Eddie Watkins Co-Stunt Coordinator: Eddie Watkins Armored Truck Driver: Cole Mckay Rigger: Sean Christopher Casting: @millticketceo Colorist: @christopher.c.ripley Label: @charlesvacay, @supremestreet PA: Case Huebel, @heemgreen, @marcodinero A @psychofilms Production
The release of “K-Town” arrives just weeks after Jay Park dropped two bombs on his fans when he shared that he was receiving the “Game Changer” Award from Smithsonian APAC, in tandem with the news that he planned to retire in a few years.
“I’m gonna retire in a couple years,” he wrote in tweet. “This is a promise to you guys and myself. Not a lot of space for guys like me left in this game.”
Im gonna retire in a couple years~ this is a promise to you guys and myself. Not a lot of space for guys like me left in this game.
— JAY BUM PARK (@JAYBUMAOM) April 17, 2019
Hit-Boy also recently celebrated a milestone of his own as the artist turned 32 on Tuesday, (May 21). He shared a moment from his celebration of life to Instagram on Wednesday, (May 22) simply saying, “G day was bless.”
Watch the full video for “K-Town” with Jay Park and Hit-Boy above.