Kio Dj is one of the first musicians to receive an artist visa in this country
Ar-Riyad, Saudi Arabia Dec 5, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Saudi Arabia is seeking to change its image as an ultra-conservative country and the way to begin this transformation has been through music and entertainment. Kio Dj is a Colombian with more than 10 years of presence in the Middle East. His music has reached Dubai, Bahrain, Oman, Abu Dhabi, and now Saudi Arabia.
The Colombian DJ is one of the first people to receive an artist visa to perform as a resident of Saudi Arabia, bringing Latin rhythms to the Arab community. The authorities have allowed music to be played in shopping centers, restaurants, and events although dancing is still prohibited, in the diners they can listen to the songs while they are in public establishments
He affirmed that Latin music such as reggaeton lead the music industry in the Middle Eastern countries, also for this reason he is known as the ambassador of reggaeton in the Middle East and his career has been on the rise and with since he arrived in Dubai where he has lived several years ago. making him a resident of the club number 2 in the world, Billionaire Mansion, Mafia club, and More.
He says “I hope that many people from Saudi Arabia learn and know more about our Latin music and also I want them to continue inviting more artists to this country”. he has a huge fanbase on social media and his Instagram is proof of it, Kio keeps everyone engaged with his stories and lifestyle. “I am Colombian, music and dance is with me since I was a kid, now is time to teach them how we party and enjoy our music”,” added Kio
Kio DJ rolls out his third single “Akinatora” in summer 2021, and along with DJ SadCat they join forces to create an album showcasing Latin Arabic fusion sounds, it counts with the participation of McMoney, Shako, and King Daga, and more.
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