Mithra Jin


Mithra Jin was born in Goheung County, South Jeolla Province, South Korea on January 6th, 1983 and is the Rapper. At the age of 41, Mithra Jin biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, songs, and networth are available.

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January 6, 1983
South Korea
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Goheung County, South Jeolla Province, South Korea
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Mithra Jin Life

Choi Jin (born 6 January 1983), also known as Mithra Jin, is a Korean hip hop musician, rap performer, singer, and lyricist.

He is the second MC of Epik High.


Mithra Jin Career


Mithra Jin was originally a poet who concentrated on rhymes. He made his debut in the K-Ryders group, which included J-Win, DJ D-Tones, and Kyung Bin. At the beginning of the 2000s, K-Ryders were active in the Korean hip-hop underground, but they were disbanded in 2002. Before he met Tablo, who would go on to lead Epik High, he was emceeing in public parks and performing poetry readings.

In 2012, it was announced that DJ Tukutz and Mithra Jin were no longer signed to Woollim Entertainment.

Many hints were given around June/July 2012, including a tweet from a fashion designer stating that Epik High's costume design was being planned under YG, and Jerry K to Tablo's tweet that he was excited about the forthcoming Epik High album. After a three-year absence as a group, YG officially announced that Epik High would make their comeback under the brand of album 99 on July 25.

Mithra Jin, along with Tablo and DJ Tukutz, left YG Entertainment in 2018 to work independently.


Bop Shop: Songs From Epik High, The Tallest Man On Earth, Wizkid, Skyzoo, And More, February 3, 2023
It's been a long search for the elusive "bop" that has been elusive for all. Playlists and streaming-service recommendations can only do so much. They often leave a lingering question: Are these songs really good, or are they just new? Enter the MTV News team's hand-picked collection of songs. This weekly collection doesn't discriminate by genre or type; it can include anything — it's a glimpse of what's on our minds and what sounds good. We'll keep it fresh with the new music, but we'll still get a few oldies (but goodies) every once in a while. Get ready: The Bop Shop is now open for business.

Fans and Artists of KAMP LA discovered their own silver Lining, October 20, 2022
When organizers of South Korean entertainment company KAMP Global announced in August that a star-studded K-pop festival would be held in the stateside, it seemed too good to be true. However, on announcing KAMP LA's lineup, Taeyeon, Monsta X, Kai, Momoland, BamBam, and others, the multi-concert that seemed to be a K-pop stan's aspiration became real. KAMP LA 2022 took over Pasadena's Rose Bowl stadium from October 15-16 for two days of energized performances, comeback teasers, and community building, with fans from around the country flocking to the Golden State. However, an update from the producers ahead of any of the performers' appearances threatened to dampen the excitement even before it got started. Soloists BamBam and Jeon Somi had posted cryptic messages on social media implying that they had been unable to fly, and fan accounts of other artists running into similar difficulties at the airport. Artist BamBam, Jeon Somi, Kai, Lapillus, Taeyeon, and Zion would no longer be performing at KAMP LA after nearly 24 hours of uncertainty caused by a formal statement that it was revealed as a result of "unexpected US work visa issues and conditions beyond the artists' and promoters' control." Monsta X would also be unable to attend, according to a separate statement released the following evening.
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