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Lee Joo-heon (Korean: 이주헌; born October 6, 1994),[2] better known by the stage name Joohoney (and formerly mononymously known as Jooheon) is a South Korean rapper and songwriter. He is a member of South Korean boy group Monsta X, which was formed through Mnet's survival show No.Mercy in 2015.

Prior to his debut with Monsta X, Joohoney was part of a project group called Nu Boyz (along with #GUN, Shownu and Wonho) formed under Starship Entertainment in August 2014.[3] The quartet uploaded multiple mixtapes to their company's YouTube channel[4] and performed at the opening show of Starship X concert in December 2014.[5]

In December 2014, Starship Entertainment and Mnet launched a competition program called No.Mercy[6][7] and Joohoney was selected along with six other participants (including Shownu & Wonho) as part of Starship Entertainment's new boy group Monsta X on the last episode of the show.[8]

In January 2015, Joohoney released a collaboration track "Coach Me", with San E and Sistar's Hyolyn.[9][10] Joohoney and group member Kihyun also participated in the soundtrack for the South Korean drama Orange Marmalade for the song titled "Attractable Woman", which was released in May 2015 and produced by Crazy Park and his team.[11]

In summer 2015, Joohoney auditioned for the fourth season of Mnet's rap competition series Show Me the Money.[4] He made it to the third round, where he was eliminated in a 1-on-1 battle against rapper Lee Hyun-joon[12] however he was later brought back for a second chance where he lost to One.[13]

In 2016, he was one of the producers for JTBC's hip-hop competition show Tribe of Hip Hop, appearing as the youngest producer on the show.[14][15]

In 2017, he released a solo MV with the song "Rhythm".

On August 31, 2018 he released his mixtape DWTD.[16] For the release, Joohoney released a music video for the track "Red Carpet" and a few months later, in October, he released a second MV, this time for the track "Should I Do".

In February 2019, he changed from using his given name Jooheon to the stage name Joohoney for English-language activities.[17]

In June, Joohoney appeared on Produce X 101 as a guest rap instructor for the trainees' first elimination battle.[15][18]

On January 11, 2020, Joohoney took a temporary break from Monsta X in order to focus on his mental health. He continued promotions again in late March 2020, prior to the release of their Korean EP Fantasia X.[19][20]

On October 9, Joohoney released his new mixtape Psyche.[21][22] He pre-released a music video for the track "Intro: Ambition" on October 7, and then released a music video for "Smoky" simultaneous to the release of the mixtape. "Smoky" was described by Daniel Waters of MTV as an "emo-k-pop crossover",[23] with Teen Vogue describing the chorus as "a sort of angsty rock 'n roll anthem" that both described as "cathartic".[24] On October 21, Joohoney released a music video for the title track "Psyche".[25]

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