Simon Dominic first appeared in the Korean underground hip hop scene under the name K-Outa.
He and rapper E-Sens formed the hip hop duo Supreme Team in 2009. They went on to win several awards during their career, including Best New Male Group at the 2009 Mnet Asian Music Awards and the Hip Hop Award at the 2010 Golden Disk Awards. The group broke up in 2013 when E-Sens left to pursue a solo career.
Simon Dominic left Supreme Team’s label Amoeba Culture in 2014 and became co-CEO of Jay Park’s independent record label AOMG, under which he now releases music.
In 2015, Simon Dominic made a comeback with the release of his first solo mini-album, “Won & Only” after a long hiatus. His pre-release single however garnered more success than the album’s title track of the same name. His pre-release single, “Simon Dominic”, achieved a Certified All-Kill on the charts three days after its release and reached number two on the weekly Gaon Digital Chart. He appeared as a judge and producer on the fifth season of TV rap competition Show Me the Money.
In April, 2018 it was announced that Simon Dominic, alongside Jay Park, Loco, and Gray would release a song in May 2018. In July 2018 Simon Dominic resigned as co-CEO of AOMG.