Joji Net Worth, Girlfriend, Height, Weight, and Biographical Information

Joji Net Worth, Girlfriend, Height, Weight, and Biographical Information

Joji is the stage name of George Miller, a 27-year-old Japanese musician. Miller began his career with a YouTube channel, where he produced rap songs, odd performances, and other extreme challenges under the pen name Filthy Frank. However, he eventually turned off the track to pursue a more professional career path. In November 2018, Miller released his first album, Ballads 1, which debuted at number one on Billboard's top R&B and hip-hop chart. As of 2021, Joji has a net worth of $9 million.

NET WORTH:

$9 MILLION

Profession:

Professional Singer

Date of Birth:

September 18, 1992

Country:

Osaka, Japan

Age

28 Years 

Height:

1.73 m

Alma mater:

New York Institute of Technology

Youtube Channel

TVFilthyFrank

TooDamnFilthy

DizastaMusic

Early Life and Education

George Kusunoki Miller was born in Osaka, Japan, on September 18, 1992. He is of Japanese and Australian ancestry ethnically. In 2012, he graduated from Canadian Academy, an international school in Kobe, Japan. He left Japan at the age of 18 and traveled to the United States.

Miller took steps to protect his privacy, such as deleting the video "Filthy Frank Exposes Himself?" in which he revealed himself to be a college student in Brooklyn, New York City, and stating that he did not want to tell personal information for fear of being unable to find work in the future due to the nature of his show.

Career

Miller developed the "Filthy Frank" persona while creating sketch comedy material for his "Dizasta Music" YouTube channel. After Miller's 2012 conception of Filthy Frank, a figure dubbed the "anti-vlogger of YouTube," the track grew in popularity. As of May 2021, the "Dizasta Music" channel has 170 million views and over 1 million subscribers. 

"Food," "Japanese 101," "Wild Games," and "Loser Reads Hater Comments" were among the numerous programs on Miller's "TV Filthy Frank" channel. As of February 2021, this channel has 7.64 million subscribers and has had over one billion views. On July 1, 2014, Miller launched a new channel called "Too Damn Filthy." He had two programs on this station: "Japanese 101," which aired on his regular channel as well, and "Cringe of the Week," which was commonly shortened to "COTW." "Too Damn Filthy" now has 2.31 million members and 321 million views as of February 20, 2021.

On September 27, 2017, Miller released Francis of the Filth, his first and only book, which tackles issues raised in The Filthy Frank Show and acts as a wrap-up to the series. In late 2017, he declared his desire to focus on his music career by retiring from YouTube and other social media sites. He has since released three studio albums, most of which have been commercially successful.

Music Career

Joji has always loved music, even before pursuing a YouTube career. He had always aspired to accomplish something in the music industry, which he achieved in 2014. With his debut album, Pink Season, which debuted at number 70 on the Billboard 200, he became known as Pink Guy. Miller released one mixtape, one album, and one extended play with his stage name, Pink Guy. Miller made his first stage appearance as a Pink Guy at SXSW. However, in 2017, he chose to discontinue all of his Filthy Frank output, including music, after a few years.

Joji released numerous songs in 2017 on the 88rising YouTube channel, including "I Don't have Wanna Waste My Time," which was published on April 26, 2017, "Rain on Me," which was published on July 19, 2017, and "Will He," which was published on October 17, 2017. Joji was featured in the Chinese rap duo Higher Brothers' song "Nomadic." Joji made his first live appearance as Joji on May 18, 2017, in Los Angeles. The Boiler Room broadcasted the event live. On October 17, 2017, Miller released In Tongues, the first song off his debut commercial effort. "Will He," the single's title, was published on Spotify and iTunes.

Miller revealed another new track, "Run," on January 30, 2020, released at midnight on February 6, 2020, along with a music video later that day. He played the song on The Tonight Show, starring Jimmy Fallon on March 2, 2020.

Joji revealed another new song, "Gimme Love," on April 16, 2020, released at midnight, and his next album Nectar, which was originally scheduled to be released on July 10, 2020. However, owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, Joji started on June 12, 2020, that the album will be delayed until September 25, 2020.

Style of music

Joji's music has been described as trip-hop and lo-fi, with trap, folk, techno, and R&B influences. "Down pace, gloomy themes and soulful vocals" with "minimalistic production" have been described as characteristics of his music. In addition, Joji describes his music as "dark love songs," and his upcoming album, Nectar, will deconstruct cliché tropes and subjects.

He's been likened to electronic musician James Blake, who he lists as an inspiration amongst "Radiohead," "Shlohmo," and "Donald Glover." However, in an interview with Pigeons and Planes, Miller claimed that his music was influenced by his upbringing in Osaka and the boom-bap instrumentals he listened to while at Canadian Academy.

Joji's Personal Life / Girlfriend

Miller is a quiet individual who does not reveal much about himself to the public or the media. He appears to be single at the moment, concentrating on his profession.

This multi-talented individual is presently living alone in Brooklyn, New York. He also owns a home in Los Angeles, from where he frequently travels.

Discography

As Pink Guy

  • Pink Guy (2014)
  • Pink Season (2017)

As Joji

  • In Tongues (2017)
  • Ballads 1 (2018)
  • Nectar (2020)

Joji's Net worth

As of 2021, Joji has a net worth of 9 million dollars. Aside from his commercially successful songs, the comedian and musician made a fortune online. Joji had always loved music, even before he started his YouTube career. In 2016 and 2017, he collaborated with Shamana, The Higher Brothers, Night Lovell, and others. In 2017, he released his debut single, "Will He," which was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), earning him a little over $1,500.

Joji released his debut studio album, "In Tongues," in November 2017. The extended play was a commercial success in the United States, Canada, New Zealand, and Australia, where it reached number one on the charts. He secured a recording contract with the label "88 Rising" the following year. He released his debut studio album, "Ballads 1," in October 2018. The record was a financial and critical triumph, charting in numerous countries across the world and earning certifications in both the United Kingdom and the United States, earning the budding singer almost $100,000 in total.

Summing-Up

Joji is a multi-talented musician that works in a variety of fields. This online personality started his career less than a decade ago and has since achieved consistent success in the entertainment industry, thanks to his passion for music. His music is noted for being lo-fi, R&B, and trip-hop. He's also recorded three studio albums and many singles in only three years, all of which have charted internationally, particularly in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and Japan.

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