Since beginning the chase of his musical dreams in 2004, Pharaoh has performed at the Apollo and been a contestant on American Idol and Making of the Band. Since then Pharaoh has worked diligently across the country performing to elevate his presence, touch the community and give fans a reason to simply feel good about themselves and life—which is rare to find these days. Inspired by his idol, Michael Jackson, Pharaoh wants to continue in the positive precedence set by the king of pop. “The music I create is inspiring for all ages. It has a feel- good positive vibe that keeps fans moving on their, feet. It’s fun and energetic somewhat similar to Will Smith,” explained Pharaoh.
LA Boy Pharaoh
Atlanta’s rising Pop and EDM star, Pharaoh has quickly become the artist to watch in 2016. Pharaoh’s music bares familiarity to a few billboard classic hits. His music is a unique blend and mixture, reminiscent of Nelly, Chris Brown and T-Pain. Pharaoh’s unique organic sound is comprised of EDM and Electro Urban Pop.
Instead of trying to fit into the boxes created by the music industry, the vocalist and phenomenal dancer has curated his own category and is shining beautifully in his authenticity.View Gallery
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Pharaoh wants his music to evoke a goodness in people’s spirit. His melodies, lyrics and dance are created to inspire and he is proud of that. We are so inundated by negativity in music today but Pharaoh brings a sense of positive balance to the art form which is greatly needed. The respectful and humble emerging star recently received the Georgia Entertainment Gala’s rising star award and had an outstanding performance at the world famous UniverSoul event. To the delight of his increasing teen fan-base, Pharaoh’s single, “So Good” is about to infiltrate national radio waves everywhere.” Produced by The Exclusives who are known for their work with August Alsina, “So Good” is a blend of Pop, and R & B.
Pharaoh is set on redefining Pop and bringing it back to its roots. With the skewed categorization of Pop music many people have forgotten Pops urban roots and the fact that it was derived from Rock & Roll and Rock & Roll was inspired by Rhythm and Blues. With everything Pharaoh has lined up 2016 may just be the year Pop makes a comeback through Pharaoh and his Pyramid records print. Pharaoh is ready to sign a major label single deal.