Joji Shares Video for New Single 'Will He'; Announces New EP

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Today Japanese artist Joji shares his latest single "Will He" alongside a stunning video from up-and-coming director Matthew Dillon Cohen (Goldlink's "Crew" video). The video depicts a dreamlike house party gone wrong which helps to visualize the song's isolating qualities in a unique way. The single/video is a first taste of Joji's debut EP, In Tongues, which is being released Friday, November 3 via label/creative collective 88rising.

Speaking on the track/video, Joji says; "It is a dark mystery that is open to interpretation. I think the song is significant to all of us because it's just a good old ballad about losing someone except you're also a little crazy as well. Maybe you both were lol. It's important to be honest about how toxic we are."

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Osaka, Japan-born singer and producer Joji is the multi-talented visionary, capturing a following from every corner of the internet. The Osaka, Japan-born musician defies convention - his songs are characterized by down tempo, melancholic themes and soulful vocals, layered over lush grimy textures, blending elements of trap, folk, electronic, and R&B. Named a Best New Artist of 2017 by Pigeons & Planes, Joji is one of the most interesting and promising artists living in the digital age.

A master of multiple mediums, Joji commands a massive and almost fanatical fan base, with over 600 million views on YouTube alone.

His loyal following has carried over into Joji's music career. Although yet to release anything commercially, Joji's few tracks have millions of plays across Soundcloud and YouTube. His only two 2017 songs thus far - "I Don't Wanna Waste My Time" and "Rain On Me" - have already been lauded for their "beautiful, captivating, understated quality" (Pigeons & Planes) and "lush emotion and thoughtful execution" (Earmilk).

In Tongues is the first full project from Joji and it is supported with beautiful and moving visuals for "Will He" - directed by Matthew Dillon Cohen (Goldlink) - and "Window" - directed by critically acclaimed duo BRTHR (Travis Scott, The Weeknd). Joji's live experience will see the stage in early 2018.

Joji is signed to 88rising - the team behind Internet-breaking sensations Rich Chigga, Keith Ape, and Higher Brothers. 88rising is the pioneering media platform representing the most forward-thinking artists and creators from Asia. Bridging East and West, 88rising is known for its "slew of massive viral video hits and collaborations with established American artists" (CNN). Led by an award-winning team of creative visionaries all over the world, 88rising is "clearly filling a void," (Forbes) by celebrating the unique cultural landscapes of Asia and beyond.

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