Episode 33: Showing Your Talents To The World with Scott "Chops" Jung

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Musician Scott "Chops" Jung  has produced music for The Lonely Island, E-40, Nikki Minaj, Kanye West, Ice Cube, Snoop, Lil Wayne

Scott is a member of the legendary hip hop group "Mountain Brothers" which is the first Asian American rap group to be signed to a major record label.

He's also worked with companies like Nike, Coca Cola, X Games), TV shows (Empire, Grey’s Anatomy, House of Lies, Breaking Bad, Law & Order: SVU, Parks and Recreation), and movies (Brown Sugar, House of Wax, Hurricane Season, Face, Ping Pong Playa)

Scott shares when his love for music started and his journey of getting signed to a major record label. 

Topics discussed in this episode:

  • Being Asian-American in the hip hop genre
  • The ability to create without a "gatekeeper" using the internet, youtube and other mediums

What you learn from this episode:

  • The business side of music
  • How to be more confident in business and life
  • How to connect and network as an introvert
  • Moving from over thinking to taking action
  • The keys to doing work you love
  • The importance of showing your talents to the world
  • How to fail to win

Getting in touch with Scott "Chops" Jung:

Chops Music website





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Paul Kim YouTube channel


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