Appreciation for vinyl records continues to flourish over the years and one 16-year-old Detroit teenager is trying to keep the rich tradition alive. Meet Jarett Koral, who at 16 years old, already runs his own vinyl record label Jett Plastic Recordings that has put out a total of 12 releases since 2012, including Macaulay Culkin's comedy-rock project, "The Pizza Underground."

A local Detroit news station recently profiled Koral, who talked about how he got started in the business, and how he has yet to make any money. “I sold records from my own collection to gain some money for pressing, since pressing is around $2,000,” Koral said. “I’m not really making a ton of money with it, but it’s cool and I have something to show for it.” Watch the full interview with him above.