Joji and Rich Brian Cook for Their Friends on Feast Mansion | NEW SERIES Trailer

Joji and Rich Brian are celebrating 88rising’s Head in the Clouds album and getting ready for their upcoming tour by partying in the Hollywood Hills. There’s only one problem: Who’s going to bring all the food? In “Feast Mansion,” a new series premiering September 26 on First We Feast, Brian and Joji are determined to feed their friends by any means necessary. Whether they’re getting roasted by French omelette master Ludo Lefebvre, or learning how to grill rattlesnake and bulls testicles poolside with a yakitori master, the labelmates put their cooking skills to the test before heading out the 88 Degrees and Rising Tour this fall. The result is a gonzo, no-holds-barred take on a stand-and-stir cooking show, combining DIY Asian feasts with the energy of a rap video. Will Joji and Brian throw a summer blowout for the history books, or burn the kitchen down? Watch Feast Mansion every Wednesday at 11am EST to find out.

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