This website is dedicated to Ayo Jin, the young Chinese-American rapper who surprised everyone a few years back with his witty rhymes and flow. His real name is Jin Auyeung and now he is known as MC Jin. Recently he performs as a stand-up comedian. Recently, Jin celebrated his 30th birthday, and here is a summary of his recent interview
About this site
My name is Daniel and I run this website because I feel close to MC Jin and I had some kind of success with my music career. I dropped out of high school only to discover that my career wouldn’t last if I didn’t even have a high school diploma, so these days I’m working towards my GED diploma through the online platform BestGEDClasses.org and I run this website so I can help people to stay on track. MC Jin is my hero.
Ayo Jin Story
Some ten years ago, when he was 20 years old, Jin Au-Yeung, MC Jin or just Jin, was the first Chinese rapper who signed a major recording contract, a deal that was the result of his significant freestyle rap on BET’s “106 & Park.” All of a sudden, Jin was in the media all around, from magazines and movies to appear on albums by other artists. Jin had made it big, or at least he thought he had.
Jin says: “I had just signed a recording contract with Ruff Ryders, and whatever I had dreamed of since childhood now was within reach. When I was 16 or 17, so, in my years at high school, I knew exactly what I wanted to have, Jin continues. And it all came true: I had a smashing rap career, recognition for my work, celebrity status, bucks, accounts, young women, houses, and automobiles.” By the time he was in his mid-20s, so only a few years after he signed the record deal with Ruff Ryders, his career went down and Jin learned very well what the saying “all that glitters isn’t gold” meant Jin continues: “Just as quickly as my career went up, it went down.