If you’re unfamiliar with Tokyo’s Revenge, that’s intentional. The multi-disciplinary artist has made a point of keeping himself anonymous, and yet, he is set to be one of music’s most exciting new additions. A self-taught musician, Tokyo began rapping at an early age, learning to freestyle at high school amongst various hobbies ranging from art to video games. He recorded his first song with a friend’s equipment, couch-surfing, post-high school graduation and working security guard and pizza shop jobs. In late 2019 Tokyo rose through the charts with viral track “GOODMORNINGTOKYO” which received many accolades including #1 on Spotify’s Global Viral 50, #2 on Rolling Stone’s Trending 25 Chart as well as #1 on the Bubbling under Hot 100 Billboard chart. To date the track has received more than 12.3 million plays on SoundCloud and is officially RIAA Gold certified. He soon was picked up and signed to Geffen/Interscope Records and began performing live, supporting City Morgue on their nationally sold out tour until the pandemic halted in-person events. Not one to rest on his laurels, Tokyo began working on his major label project and released fan favorite7VEN. Not long after he was tapped by EA Games & Madden to pen an original song for the new game —the track “IRRESPONSIBLE” quickly became a fan favorite for its brash delivery and sinister production style. With a vault brimming with unreleased music, Tokyo rounded out his biggest year yet with another short EP titled lilium. A softer more melodic Tokyo, the project cemented the young artist —who both sings and raps on the project —as a super versatile artists. With more music and videos in the can, Tokyo’s Revenge is quickly rising in ranks and relishing being the battery pack the music has been missing.