Kevin Kaarl premieres his Tiny Desk Concert

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The Mexican has managed to record his concert for the National Public Radio of the United States.

On January 1, the musician from Chihuahua joined the select group of artists who have recorded a Tiny Desk Concert. And, at only 22 years old, the course of music has changed, so much so that the National Public Radio of the United States has noticed him to give him a space in the popular format where several renowned artists have demonstrated their love for music, among the most popular are Mac Miller, C. Tangana, Dua Lipa and Adele, to name a few.

In this concert, the musician let us listen to four songs, these being “I love you so much”, “Let’s go to Mars”, “Saint Luke” and of course his most recent single “It’s going to be hard”, songs that already have millions of views on various platforms streaming and they show us that Kevin Kaarl came to change the way things are done in Mexico.

Let us remember that this same success has led him to perform at various festivals around the world and 2024 will not be the exception since he will be performing at To the north, Live latino and also Live Latino Spain, which will take place at the Zaragoza expo site. if you plan to see Kevin Don’t hesitate to get your tickets.

It is incredible to see how Mexican musicians are changing the course of things, thus demonstrating the enormous talent that exists in our country and in the new generations. If you haven’t seen it yet, go see it because you won’t regret it.


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