SAN MARCOS – Kingz 1 will bring their high-energy urban-flavored cumbias for a benefit concert at Cauhtemoc Hall in San Marcos on Saturday, June 27, 2015.
K1 is the new sensation in Latin/Rap/Hip Hop music, fusing rhythms and cultures in their music as much as in their looks and performances.
Originally from Illinois, the band has the boy-next-door appeal and a powerful musical formula that mixes Hip-Hop, R&B, Rap, Vallenato, Salsa and Reggaeton. Their style transcends the usual thump-thump of pop songs to deliver what is not only the new sound of Mexican-American mainstream music but the entire Latino culture.
Kingz One is the new name for a group of young and passionate performers who had their first taste of fame and popularity as members of million-selling, award-winning Kumbia Kings. The existing members of Kingz One helped that group rise to the top.
K1’s following throughout the United States remains consistent, with packed performances, incessant screams from adoring fans, and mass hysteria reserved for true musical phenomenon.
Their sizzling hot single, “A Que Te Pongo (I Bet I’ll Make You)”, followed a flowing pattern throughout the U.S., Mexico, and Puerto Rico becoming oblivious to national borders and languages, and behaved like spontaneous international hit.
K1 have begun to pave a new road for themselves and demonstrate their capabilities. Their extensive music talent and knowledge has been learned throughout years of determination and incredible breakthrough work that will, without a doubt, turn the music industry on its head.
Pre-sale tickets for the show are available for $10.00 at Cuevas Produce in San Marcos, JP Bakery in Seguin and City Bakery in New Braunfels. Tickets will be $20.00 at the door. Cauhtemoc Hall is located at 11 Patton Street in San Marcos. Doors open at 8:00 p.m. Proceeds from the show benefit Allison Marinez, a candidate for Fiesta Queen.
WATCH: “A Que Te Pongo” video from Kingz One