Name: Jung Kiseok // Simon Dominic
Group/Job: Supreme Team / Rapper and occasional singer
Ent. Company: Amoeba Culture
Birthdate: March 9, 1984
Quote: “Music is the universal language.”
About: Jung Kiseok grew up during hard times. His parents blew off all their money on things that didn’t even matter, whether it be drugs, booze, or cigs. Kiseok was taken care of by his close aunt who watched over him like he was her own child. He grew each day to love this woman and let her become the center of her world as a mother figure.
His birth parents were caught with cocaine at an old friend’s house and were sent to rehab at the age of ten.
When he graduated elementary school, his parents weren’t there to take pictures or hand him a bouquet of flowers like everyone else. He didn’t even get a ‘Congrats, son,’ through the phone.
Years and years passed until he went into high school where he met Kang Minho. Kiseok wasn’t much of a talker, but as soon as he met eyes with Minho, there was something. They talked and laughed and even fought with their bloody fists up to their face. Through all the ups and downs of his life since they met, Minho was there.
It was the middle of their freshman year when Kiseok composed his first song. He showed it to Minho and he showed his approval, even helping the other fix a few lyrics and notes here and there. With this bond, Supreme Team was formed and they both dropped out of high school to pursue the recognition, not fame, they wanted.
Kiseok made a stage name for himself: Simon Dominic, also known as Simon D, or for the really lazy people, Ssam D.
His cool and relaxed personality and Minho’s, now E-Sens, hot-tempered one made them the perfect mix of energy and brought them up to the charts in little to no time.
By now, Kiseok became an aspiring adult and forgave his parents for not being like others. He found them through a couple strings he pulled and now meets up with them every few months. His parents are now completely clean and, though it’s a few decades late, they’re giving their son Kiseok all the love they have. The surge of happiness he feels with them makes it easier to write slow and deep songs.
After all, one must go through pain and suffering to see the result they truly want.
Traits: Passionate, proactive, stubborn, humble, standoffish (at times)
Ayo, wassup? It’s yo boy, Simon D. I ain’t really into this entire post advertisement thing, but I gotta say, it’s gettin’ kinda lonely ‘round my place. Mainly my fault for not socializin’, but even the kings of hip hop get lazy, ya know? How ‘bout you like, reblog, or even better, follow? Let’s strike up a conversation and see where it takes us. I’ll even offer low cost rappin’ sessions.