The Lycra-wearing, “Harlem Tremble”-ing Red Guy is among the most recognizable characters created by biracial Japanese-Australian comedian and musician George “Joji” Miller, who’s most widely known on the web as Filthy Frank. His on-line humor series — The Filthy Frank Display — debuted in 2011. Since its inception, The Filthy Frank Display — and character types like Red Guy — offers garnered Miller over four million fans. Miller’s absurdist productions reached the pop tradition mainstream in early 2013 whenever a video of Red Guy and close friends dance to Baauer’s EDM monitor “Harlem Tremble” proceeded to go viral and spawned among the year’s biggest internet memes. He rode his ensuing recognition by liberating an record of well-known vignettes, the self-titled Green Man, in 2014. With an integral fan base, Green Guy’s 2016 discharge, Green Period, topped download graphs and climbed to amount 76 in the Billboard 200. Featuring songwriting by Miller and creation from Josh Skillet, RyanJacob, and Holder, Green Season included monitors primarily inspired by snare rap, but also added ukulele ditties and downtempo digital (reflecting his much more serious songwriting when executing beneath the Joji moniker). At changes tasteless, unpleasant, and sophomoric, Green Period also highlighted Miller’s satirical wit, providing biting statements relating to competition, politics, and lifestyle.