Will He
by Joji

Album: In Tongues (2017)
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  • George Miller is a New York-based Japanese-Australian musician who records under the names Pink Guy or Joji. Miller uses the Pink Guy moniker for his comedic rap based music and creates more serious and traditional tunes under his Joji stage name.

    Miller is also well known for his absurdist YouTube channels, TVFilthyFrank and TooDamnFilthy.
  • This sad message to a former lover is Miller's first single from In Tongues, his official debut project under his Joji stage name. Joji said:

    "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."

Comments: 4

  • Theyluvjoji from Old HomeWho broke Joji's heart-
  • Billie Eilish Stan from Somewhere FrThis song is lowkey a vibe, like i didnt really listen to his music until i came across a playlist that had "Will He" in it, and i was like "Oh? Wait lemme..just.." Now i have it in every playlist, i cant stop listening to it, and it makes me nostalgic for some reason like...idk. I just really love it..and all his music now lol
  • Nagito from Peeks Hope Academy I would like to say Joji makes me want to talk about the hope I have in my heart, he is the symbol of hope and I love his music as much as I love Hajime Hinata and I am highschool level, lucky student thanks for your time.
  • Crayolaa from Ask Joji...He's so boyfriend material.
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