AfroLatino Artist Llay Releases Fresh New Track, “Too Much” Feat.

Maria Menounos | 24 Nov 2022

The brand-new track “Too Much,” featuring Afro-Latino artist Llay, is out now.Qiqi Garcia Josymar “Llay” Freire has collaborated with Qiqi Garcia to release his latest single, “Too Much,” after releasing two smash hits.You may be familiar with him because of his prominence in the Afrobeat music industry, whether he was still a member of a band or started promoting solo.Regardless, Llay promises to provide you with the same high-quality music that he has provided to his fans since the beginning of his musical career.

Despite growing up in London, AfroLatino musician and vocal producer Llay always had an interest in music from his Cape Verdean and Guinean heritage.On social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube, tens of thousands of people actively support him as an artist.He actually has thousands of monthly listeners on audio streaming services like SoundCloud and Spotify.

Llay’s unique blend of afrobeat, hip-hop, kizomba, rhythm and blues (R&B), trap, and zouk genres is what makes his music so popular.Assuming you contrast what he can propose with that of this age’s specialists, he is among the best of the best.He has a wide range of musical influences, which is another reason why he has such a large number of devoted fans.

His community of fans couldn’t contain their excitement when they heard that his new song, “Too Much,” had been released on YouTube in July.When Llay posted the poster for the song to his Instagram to announce the release, thousands of people responded with comments and hearts to show their support.It was to be expected given Llay’s success in the industry thus far.

The AfroLatino’s professional career began in 2015 when he and other talented musicians formed the band ExL.They received additional opportunities to enhance their reputation following the massive success of the track “Vou te Pegar,” which was included in their first extended play.In fact, they were invited to take part in a well-known Latvian Afro-Latino festival.

Llay eventually made the decision to launch a solo music career, which he did with the release of his first single, “Toca No Meu Body.”It was featured on one of Portugal’s most well-known YouTube channels for AfroKizomba music, and it received tens of thousands of views and streams across a variety of platforms.He was also invited to perform at the “The Made of Music 3rd edition” in Paris in October of last year in front of thousands of people online.

Through his music, he has continued to actively boost his reputation.As of now, Llay has only released three singles as a solo artist.Other than “Toca No Meu Body”, there are likewise the hit tracks “No Talking” and “A DM to My Ex”.People have also anticipated a lot from “Too Much” given the impressive quality of his previous releases.

Llay was sure he would not let his fans down, despite the increased pressure.Since he was a young boy, he has always loved music and practiced it.As a result, he views the business as his home turf, and his abilities in songwriting and performance cannot be denied.

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