Joji, whose real name is George Miller, is a Japanese-Australian singer-songwriter, producer, and former YouTube personality. He first gained fame as the creator of the comedic YouTube channel Filthy Frank, but has since transitioned into a successful music career.
Joji’s debut came in 2017 with the release of his debut EP, “In Tongues.” The EP showcased Joji’s unique blend of R&B, hip-hop, and electronic music, and received critical acclaim from fans and critics alike. Since then, Joji has released two full-length albums, “Ballads 1” in 2018 and “Nectar” in 2020, both of which have been commercial and critical successes.
Joji has also collaborated with a number of other artists and celebrities over the years. He has worked with rappers such as Lil Yachty, Trippie Redd, and Diplo, as well as producers like Clams Casino and Kenny Beats. He has also collaborated with other musicians such as Japanese singer-songwriter Rei Brown and Canadian musician Ryan Hemsworth.
In addition to his work in music, Joji has also been involved in various philanthropic efforts. He has been a vocal advocate for mental health awareness, sharing his own struggles with anxiety and depression with his fans. He has also been involved in fundraising efforts for various non-profit organizations, including the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and the National Alliance on Mental Illness.