Written by Kendra Blum
Fresh Bakin’ is happy to host Common Kings on March 8, 2017. This island influenced hip-hop group has been taking the stage for the past few years leaving its audience with that all-over-feel-good experience.
Most of the band members are from the South Pacific, roots based in tribal lands, and spreading their influence beginning in Southern California. Each of the band members has had a serious influence on the direction their music has taken. Overall, the community has nothing but loving out pour to give to this group. Praising them for being not only wonderful musicians, but whole-hearted, deep people. The members of Common Kings have immense knowledge in many genres of music, and have gotten their influences from people such as, Bob Marley, Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, Gypsy Kings, and Earth, Wind and Fire.
They’re also internet sensations- having multi-millions of views on their official music videos on YouTube.
Check out a few of their videos here:
¡MAYDAY!, a hip hop group based out of Miami, Florida will be taking the stage before the Common Kings. The group is signed to Tech N9ne’s Strange Music Label and have done collaborations with huge artists including Lil Wayne. They released their sixth album in 2015, their seventh album is rumored to be released sometime this year.
Makua Rothman, a big wave surfer, turned musician will be performing as well. His music is clearly island infused. His gentle voice will add another dimension to this already stellar cast.
The Common Kings will be performing at Blu Nightclub on March 8, 2017. Tickets are on sale now for $17.50 presale, and $22 at the door.
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