Get To Know Charsmatic Rapper MONSTA X’s Joo-heon: Profile, ‘Produce X 101’, ‘Show Me The Money’, and More

MONSTA X’s Joohoney’s Appearance On Produce X 101

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In each season of Produce 101 they invite ‘guest coaches’ or ‘guest trainers’. At Produce X 101 it was time for MONSTA X’s Jooheon to be a guest trainer. The owner of the full name of Lee Joo-heon’s fascinated the the loyal audience of Produce X 101 and they were entertained by his abilities. In fact, some time ago he had become the subject of conversation among social media users on Twitter because of his charisma, especially when teaching one of the trainees the word ‘Baksu’, which made go him viral.

Appearance on Mnet’s “Show Me The Money”

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In summer 2015, Jooheon auditioned for the fourth season of Mnet’s rap competition series, Show Me the Money. He made it to the third round, where he was eliminated in a 1-on-1 battle against rapper Lee Hyun-joon. However, he was later brought back for a second chance, where he lost to One.

Joohoney’s Discography

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As Featured Artist

Year Song Title Artist
2014 “Ganggab” (깽값) Mad Clown
2015 “Coach Me” Hyolyn and San E
“0 (Young)” Giriboy, Mad Clown & Jooyoung
“Interstellar” Hyungwon, Jooheon & I.M (Monsta X) featuring Yella Diamond
“Bad X” J’Kyun and Konsoul
2016 “H.ear Your Colors” (appearing as a vocal) Mad Clown
“Slow” Hyolyn

Soundtrack Appearances

Year Title Album Artist
2015 “Attracted Woman” Orange Marmalade OST with Kihyun (Monsta X)
“Similar” Mask OST Part 7 with Junggigo
2018 “Can’t Breathe” Investigation Couple OST Part 1 with Kihyun (Monsta X)

Mixtapes

Year Song Title Mixtape Title
2015 “Get Low” featuring Mad Clown SUPEXX
“Stay Strong” featuring Flowsik
“Flower Cafe” featuring I.M (Monsta X) & Sam Ock Flower Cafe
2017 “Be My Friend” with I.M (Monsta X) N/A
2018 “Red Carpet” DWTD

Joohoney’s Filmography

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Variety Shows

Year Show Notes
2014-2015 No.Mercy Contestant
2015 Show Me the Money 4
2016 Celebrity Bromance Cast member with Jackson (GOT7)
Tribe Of Hip Hop Producer
Weekly Idol Co-host

MONSTA X’s I.M And Jooheon Talk About Their Start As Rappers & Dynamics On Stage

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Though they are the two youngest members of MONSTA X, I.M and Jooheon make it a point to always bring fire on stage with their intense performances – especially their hard-hitting raps.

During their recent interview with Nylon Japan, the group’s rap duo shared how they started out their journeys as rappers – especially what they liked most in their chosen field.

“Although I have always liked raps, I started rapping because I liked the possibility of being able to express my hidden thoughts through it. I think that in rap, I can honestly express things like my stories, emotions, feelings, and messages that aren’t usually shown in music,” I.M shared.

“Ever since I was a kid, I liked moving my body to music. Sometimes I would listen to rap, and it isn’t the type of music where the song overlaps with the soft melodies. It had dynamic sounds superimposed on the soft melodies and I thought that the part where its lyrics can also send the message that I want to assert is cool,” Joohoney said. “Moreover, there were a lot of rapper friends around me, so we jut started rapping together,” he added.

The two also revealed their dynamics on stage, which despite their admittedly different styles, work so well in bringing the house down every time they spit bars.

“In rap, voice tone is important. If I were to compare, I.M is like a jeep or an off-road car while I’m like a sports car,” Joohoney said. “My raps are fast and include many words while I.M makes good use of his voice’s power,” he explained.

“We’re like ying and yang. For example, when we perform on stage, Jooheon wears clothes with yellow, tiger prints and I wear black-based, leopard-printed outfits. The contrast between us is expressed not only by music but also by clothes,” I.M also shared.

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