21-year-old artist Jaxx releases his new single “Apparel” featuring Tuxx. Filled with a hypnotic beat and an energetic dynamic, “Apparel” lets Jaxx’s talents shine through. Listen to “Apparel,” produced by Taz Taylor, Rio Leyva and FRANKIEONTHEGUITAR, HERE and watch the music video, directed by Daniel Jordan K, HERE.
Earlier in the year, Jaxx released his single “Too Often,” an impressive new single laced with braggadocio, slurred melodies, and a free sense of adventure. The single received early support from Billboard on Fresh Finds and Teen Vogue on Best New Music. He followed the release with his second single “Autumn” which received support from Billboard again as well as Lyrical Lemonade, Daily Chiefers and others.
Playful and confident, Jaxx combines expressive melodies and free associative flexes to deliver otherworldly anthems for dream chasers. The 21-year-old artist flashes his gifts on “Too Often,” a glittering new single laced with braggadocio, slurred melodies, and a free-wheeling sense of adventure. Modern, experimental, and casually resolute, the tracks reflect the impulses of an artist who picked up a rap career on a whim — which is pretty much what happened.
Born and raised in Arizona, Jaxx was holding down a potential career as a pro skateboarder before he ever considered music. By Jaxx’s late teens, his older brother was making music of his own, and after seeing him perform, Jaxx found a new calling. After recording his first songs on an iPhone in a church parking lot, he got his first dose of attention when he released “Ride With Me,” a melodic rumination on loyalty. After the track collected over 100K streams, Jaxx built his momentum with subsequent singles like “Road 2 Nowhere” and “Like This!” After spending time in the studio with Internet Money, Jaxx unloaded “Domino,” an ethereal 2021 single that led to more momentum and the chance to level up like never before.
Looking ahead, Jaxx wants the accoutrements of music superstardom. He also wants to be a source of relief for fans, a group that continues to multiply. Jaxx has the opportunity to build his community by hitting the studio with new ideas and a belief that his best work is ahead of him. “Since I’ve been making music, every song keeps getting better,” he shares. “I’m more excited to put out new music than I’ve ever been.”