Many artists, and people in the entertainment industry as a whole for that matter, tend to feel as though they become typecast. Meaning, they are expected by their audience to […]
Many artists, and people in the entertainment industry as a whole for that matter, tend to feel as though they become typecast. Meaning, they are expected by their audience to produce a certain sound or type of performance. Justice Skolnik, the man behind “Too Much”, confronted this problem head-on over the pandemic.
The Bay Area artist spent his quarantine finding his true sound. After feeling as though he was appealing too much to mainstream society, Justice took some time to recuperate and think about what music genuinely made him happy to put out, regardless of what people thought.
With that said, I believe “Too Much” is one of the most personal and best tracks the artist has put out over the course of years in the industry. With an infectious bass that becomes a prominent participant in the production, Skolnik leads listeners on a groovy journey back in time.
Reminiscent of the 70’s Disco days and influences from artists like Disclosure and Bruno Mars’ “24K Magic”, the song throws you into the middle of a packed dance floor. With the New Roaring ’20s and potential next Summer of Love in full swing, this song comes at the perfect time to fit the mood of the world: refreshed, carefree, and living life to the fullest!
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