5A LABEL’s Justin Park Debuts ‘Dates in LA’

5A LABEL has hit a home run with R&B singer/songwriter sensation Justin Park. On June 14, 2017, the label announced Park’s debut single, “Dinner Dates in LA,” a mid-tempo R&B groove track that carries a compelling sonic experience. Pairing deep, rich baselines and tones with Park’s higher and more melodic vocals, the lyrics are heartfelt, even honest, as they reveal just how much the woman in this wonderful relationship means to him and what it is that she does for him by just simply being there. This beautiful blend of production and delivery is a true testament to the high quality of work that Park and his entire team put into this project.


Park himself is no stranger to the music industry either. Since signing with 5A LABEL in 2015, he has trained and worked alongside the best, including vocal trainers Ann One (Drunken Tiger, Yoonmirae) and Robert Stevenson (Usher, Justin Timberlake), dance instructors from Kinjaz, and mentor Peter Hong aka MSTR RCKS. During his developmental days with 5A LABEL, he gained experience writing for many international artists like B.A.P. He also impressively opened for SMTM5 winner BewhY and Asian-American rock band Fyke during this year’s KTOWN Night Market.


With such a solid foundation and a wealth of practical knowledge and experience behind him, it will be very interesting and exciting to see what Park’s mixtape — expected to drop in the fall of this year — will hold. Until that time, check out his music video and covers on his YouTube channel, Justin Park Official.


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