6 Songs, 16 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

With In Tongues, viral-video personality George "Joji" Miller merges into a new lane as an unsung hero of downcast R&B. With help from the 88 Rising crew, Joji inhabits a rarefied space somewhere between Majid Jordan and D’Angelo. Save a touch of self-deprecating humor on “Bitter Fuck,” Joji paints with a sublime touch on these six songs, creating after-hours soliloquies that gather appreciative head bobs.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

With In Tongues, viral-video personality George "Joji" Miller merges into a new lane as an unsung hero of downcast R&B. With help from the 88 Rising crew, Joji inhabits a rarefied space somewhere between Majid Jordan and D’Angelo. Save a touch of self-deprecating humor on “Bitter Fuck,” Joji paints with a sublime touch on these six songs, creating after-hours soliloquies that gather appreciative head bobs.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
376 Ratings
376 Ratings

A look into the soul of a maniac

marzbarz27

With soft piano driven ballads combined with soft electronica and honest lyrics, we're offered a look into the mind of Joji.

Talented

BallsGucci

If you’ve seen his YouTube channel, you would know how talented he is. He is pretty far out there, and extremely creative. Cannot wait to hear the other songs when this releases. Great job

Beautifully put together

{Emily}😘❤️

i love this man and all of his songs

About Joji

Japanese-Australian comedian and musician George Miller -- who built an audience on the internet as Filthy Frank and the Lycra-wearing "Harlem Shake"-ing Pink Guy -- is also a serious artist crafting downtempo, moody reflections under the Joji moniker on efforts like In Tongues. He made his debut in 2011 with the absurdist online comedy series The Filthy Frank Show, which garnered Miller over four million followers and pop culture renown with his viral "Harlem Shake" dance. He rode his ensuing popularity by releasing an album of popular vignettes, the self-titled Pink Guy, in 2014. With a built-in fan base, Pink Guy's 2016 release, Pink Season, topped download charts and climbed to number 76 on the Billboard 200. In addition to trap rap-influenced tracks, the album also featured downtempo electronic textures reflecting his non-comedic songwriting as Joji. He would spin that trip-hop-inspired songcraft into a full exercise on 2017's In Tongues, a six-song EP of introspective musings and piano-based electronic explorations similar to tracks by Jinsang and eevee. Following the collaborative single "18" with Kris Wu and Rich Brian, Joji issued a deluxe version of In Tongues in early 2018 which expanded the original EP with ten more tracks, including remixes by Lapalux, Ryan Hemsworth, and Actress. The low-key "Yeah Right" followed in May of that year. ~ Neil Z. Yeung

HOMETOWN
Osaka, Japan
BORN
September 18, 1992

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