Hot Ones alums Joji and Rich Brian star in the series premiere of First We Feast’s new show, Feast Mansion. Here, we find the 88rising members paired with Howlin's Ray's chef Johnny Zone as they learn how to make spicy Indonesian fried chicken.

Joji and Brian are looking to prepare their own fried chicken for an inaugural blowout at their new LA digs, and that's where chef Zone comes into play to give the guys a crash course in all things spicy chicken. And seeing as Brian has been craving familiar food, Johnny accommodates by putting an Indonesian spin on one of his favorite meals.

Feast Mansion follows Joji and Rich Brian on their quest to cook for their 88rising fam at their new LA crib, prior to heading out for the '88 Degrees & Rising' tour. New episodes arrive each Wednesday at 11 a.m. EST on First We Feast’s YouTube channel.

Earlier this month Joji announced his debut album, 'BALLADS 1,' and also shared “SLOW DANCING IN THE DARK.”

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