As a versatile wordsmith and experimental electronic producer, None Like Joshua has been dabbling through a diverse set of music genres and topics to rap about since 2009. The level of fame that he’s garnered with over 60 million Youtube views has stemmed from rapping about his favorite video game, anime, TV shows, and movies intertwined with heavy electronic music. His music has traveled from Zelda to Star Wars, Eminem to Linkin Park, Skrillex to Flux Pavilion, and politics to love over dubstep, trap, metal and other dynamic genres. NLJ’s lyrics and high energy is always complemented with music that inspires and hypes every listener. He’s made a name for himself with the support and collaborations from talented EDM producers, musical youtubers, and, of course, the tens of thousands of gamers, anime fans, and rap lovers who have shared one of his songs.
NLJ is taking over the internet with his music and EDM productions that anyone can dance and rock out to. According to FreshNewTracks, “he isn’t your average rapper. None Like Joshua comes in with a style like Mike Shinoda’s, but dreams further than the stars rapping over some of the hottest beats.” He’s also released a rap metal/nerdcore album, L33T, with the French band, Smash Hit Combo, which reached #1 on iTunes metal for France. He’s even performed in various cities and countries during his career; from Washington to Texas, Atlanta to New Orleans, and even across Europe in Amsterdam and London. With an upcoming EP, epic remixes, covers, and collabs on the way, NLJ is sure to give a show you’ll never forget. You can find his music at youtube.com/nonelikejoshua
“his music dabbles in different genres from folk-rock to hip-hop to give his music a special taste” –The Maroon
“never seen spitting like this before, strange but imaginative” –Flux Pavilion
“Oh shit!!! You caught me by complete surprise. GOOD JOB!” on my Lost Woods Remix-xXSlyFoxHoundXx
“None Like Joshua is building a following of devoted fans because-to put it bluntly-he gives a shit” –Athinkcloud
“You see why NLJ has become my new love now? With his aggressive flow, so he tried to Scary Monsters & Nice Sprites and Reptiles of Skrillex (special mention for the “mothafuckin ‘Reptile!”), The mythical Basshead of Bassnectar, and so on” –We Love Dub