Jin’s clients came from all corners of hip-hop and he took many of those cultural aspects of his businesses and formulated his homegrown apparel brand Cash On Delivery, an independent brand valued at over $1 million.

The biggest stories in Jin’s music are come from his younger days which sent him down a path of selling drugs throughout many different areas on the East Coast. The music often dives into the storytelling of his hardship and now enjoying the fruits of his labor, in addition to music for the ladies. The drug business wasn’t a noble occupation, it caused Jin to stay mobile whether it was sleeping on couches in parts of Brooklyn, Jersey, Philadelphia or generally wherever his hustle could generate the most profit. Jin had several run-ins with the law but he did attempt to lead a positive life as he went on to obtain his Associates Degree in Business & Marketing. Around the age of 25 Jin was set up by an associate which caused his most debilitating run in with the law where the police had rid him of 13 pounds of weed from him and $500K in valuables and merchandise.

Jin has picked up key co-signs from many prominent hip-hop/rap influencers such as DJ Khaled, 50 Cent, Maino, Freeway, Gillie Da Kid, Fred The Godson, Ben Baller and several other artists. Maino touts (change touts) both Jin and his brother Noi Seng (partner in the Cash on Delivery business) as the “Kings of Asia in the Hip-Hop World”. Jin is determined to push the culture forward not just for personal gain but for many in the asian community who share his heritage and love for hip-hop.

With less than a year of officially creating music Jin Gates already has acquired several million views on YouTube and iconic hip-hop site WSHH (Worldstar) for his music. Jin career is rapidly progressing as he is reaching millions of his fans with each project he releases.