Pharaoh Jaxson Uncovers Latest Release “Too Much”

Rising star Pharaoh Jaxson is set to captivate the music world once again with his latest single, “Too Much”. The American-Liberian artist hailing from Providence, Rhode Island, is on a fast trajectory to the top with his unique sound and magnetic stage presence.

After the success of his previous project, Jaxson Vol.2 Vendetta, which featured collaborations with esteemed artists like Young Money’s Euro, Landstrip Chip and NICE, Pharaoh Jaxson is now preparing to release the highly anticipated third instalment of his JAXSON series, titled Jaxson Vol.3 Through the Fire, due for release this December. Serving as the lead single, new single “Too Much” is a testament to Jaxson’s exceptional talent, blending innovative melodies, captivating cadences and fearless wordplay. The track features the undeniable synergy of Pharaoh Jaxson and his partner in crime, NICE, another gifted artist hailing from the heart of Rhode Island, who enriches the song with profound lyricism and velvety vocals.

Pharaoh Jaxson’s music brings forth an unmistakable sense of passion and authenticity, something the industry has been yearning for. With “Too Much”, he showcases a level of self-assuredness that helps him stand out. Speaking about the single, Pharaoh Jaxson says, “‘Too Much’ is a song about confidence within yourself and not being afraid to show it off. I created this track on a Monday morning. It was the first beat I put on for the day, and the song just flowed out of me.”

“Too Much” is more than just a song; it’s an anthem of self-confidence. With his upcoming release, Jaxson Vol.3 Through the Fire, Pharaoh Jaxson is poised to leave an indelible mark on the music scene. “Too Much” is available to buy/stream now on all platforms.

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