Filthy frank reveals himself

Duration: 12min 30sec Views: 246 Submitted: 21.11.2019
Category: Tattooed Women
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Joji (musician)


George Kusunoki Miller born 18 September [2] , better known by his stage name Joji and formerly by his online aliases Filthy Frank and Pink Guy , is a Japanese singer-songwriter, record producer, author, and former Internet personality , YouTuber , and comedian. They consisted of rap songs, swearing, rants, extreme challenges, ukulele performances [11] and a shock humor show titled The Filthy Frank Show , with most of the main characters played by Miller, including the titular character of Filthy Frank. Miller's videos had widespread impact, including starting a viral dance craze known as the Harlem Shake , which was directly responsible for the debut of Baauer 's " Harlem Shake " song atop the Billboard Hot With this, Miller became the first Asian-born artist to do so. Miller made attempts to maintain his privacy, such as deleting the video "Filthy Frank Exposes Himself? Miller created the "Filthy Frank" character during his time on his DizastaMusic YouTube channel, on which he created sketch comedy-based content.


The viral trend also helped the song atop the Billboard Hot and was responsible for Billboard's decision to factor in YouTube views towards chart position. On December 29, , he released a statement on Twitter explaining why he has decided to do so, and henceforth his music career began. Miller was born on September 18, , in Osaka, Japan.
This article has been tagged as Needing work due to its lack of references. This article has been tagged as NSFW due to its subject matter. Both his first channel DizastaMusic [2] and his current official channel TVFilthyFrank [3] as well as his alternate channel TooDamnFilthy [4] have hundreds of thousands of subscribers thanks in part to his burst in popularity after inadvertently starting the viral "Harlem Shake" [5] YouTube meme of