The Kid Laroi announces ‘Too Much’ with BTS’ Jungkook and Central Cee

The Kid Laroi has announced an upcoming collaboration with BTSJungkook and Central Cee titled ‘Too Much’.

The Australian last released new music in April with the single ‘Where Does Your Spirit Go?’ and is expected to share his long-awaited debut album ‘The First Time’ in November.

‘Too Much’ will be released on October 20 and feature appearances from both the BTS star and the UK rapper. A teaser for the track was shared earlier today (October 11), which showed each artist nodding their head to a snippet of the song.
“Was it too much?” they asked at the end of the clip. Watch the teaser below now.
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The announcement followed The Kid Laroi teasing the single, hinting that he had worked with BTS’ Jungkook on the track. Last week, he shared a video of Central Cee tattooing the words “Too Much” on his leg. On Saturday (October 5), he shared a selfie taken on a plane with the caption: “Was it too much?” Seen beside him in the photo was a Funko Pop! figure of Jungkook.

The Kid Laroi also shared a photo of himself with the BTS singer, captioned, “Me & JK” alongside a series of emojis including the black arrow with “soon” written underneath. A link the post took you to a website for “Too Much Magazine”, which teased an announcement coming on October 10.

In March, the artist responded to Juice WRLD’s name being removed from the artwork for the pair’s joint cover of Kim Petras’ ‘Remind Me’. “I had NOTHING to do with this & had no idea it was a thing until now,” The Kid Laroi explained on Twitter at the time. “I’ve hit the label and asked them to change it back.. I’m sorry & genuinely have no clue why it was changed without my permission.”

Meanwhile, Jungkook is preparing to release his own debut solo album, ‘Golden’. The record will arrive on November 3 and will be followed later that month by the singer’s first solo concert in Seoul on November 20.


In the run-up to ‘Golden’, Jungkook has shared two singles – July’s UK garage-mining ‘Seven’, which featured an appearance from Latto, and last month’s Jack Harlow-featuring ‘3D’.