Hundreds of songs are in Steve Aoki’s discography. While set lists are mixed, his live shows always deliver. Albuquerque’s largest weekly newspaper is committed to reporting the stories of our community. We welcome your comments, questions, and bright spots. Here are a few things you should know before the show. Hopefully, this review will help you decide whether you want to attend.
DJ Steve Aoki gave a very special bolo to a young boy during his Tuesday performance at the Albuquerque, NM concert. While Jon Jones has recently lost his fight license to the California Athletic Commission, the fight went off without a hitch. Jones even went shirtless for the show! During the performance, the bolo was presented to a six-year-old boy by Aoki.
This concert will surely be a must-see for trap, electronica, hip-hop, and dance music fans. Known for his 808-fueled sound, Ricky Remedy has worked with many big-name artists and has produced hit songs for video games and commercials. His songs have been featured on the soundtracks of films such as 22 Jump Street and have even made their way into commercials for Apple products. He has performed alongside Aoki on his Kolony US tour.
Besides being a Grammy-nominated DJ and producer, Steve Aoki is currently on tour with Desiigner. Aoki’s new album, Steve Aoki Presents Kolony, debuted at number one on the Electronic Album Chart and features Lil Yachty, Migos, 2 Chainz, Gucci Mane, T Pain, and more.
The list of guests for the Steve Aoki Albuquerque 2018 Grandtheft Tour is diverse. Special guests Quintino, Deorro, and Ricky Remedy, have been announced. They’ll join Steve Aoki and other special guests in select cities. In addition, the tour will feature special guests, including Quintino, who will appear on select dates.
After an opening set by the Party Pupils at Stubb’s, Aoki came on stage with Dim Mak Records’ top-selling electronic dance music label. The DJ also runs the clothing line of the same name. He has helped launch the careers of countless artists. The lineup for the night includes Desiigner, who hit the top of the Billboard chart with his single “Panda.” He is also expected to perform his latest single, “Mic Drop.” The popular South Korean boy band BTS will also perform at the event.
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The Rich the Kid and Steve Aoki concert in Albuquerque was a highlight of the night. While Steve Aoki performed his hit “How Else,” his performance at the event included more contemporary music and songs from his latest album. Unlike his earlier shows, Steve Aoki was more elemental in his performance, focusing more on the mix being spun and connecting with the audience. There weren’t as many visual distractions as in his previous shows, which was a welcome change.
The Grammy-nominated EDM musician hasn’t done a full-fledged tour for the past three years, but he’s excited to return to various cities during his “Kolony Tour.” In addition to his high-energy shows, Steve Aoki is also taking steps to stay healthy while on tour. Aoki is committed to helping people fight brain diseases and has created his foundation to support brain science research.
If you are looking for a concert in Albuquerque, New Mexico, you have come to the right place! This 2x Grammy Award-winning international DJ and producer is a cross-genre artist who has won numerous awards. His diverse career includes creating innovative cross-platform projects and releasing over 900 albums. The ILoveMakonnen tour is his most anticipated event of the year.
With his acclaimed solo discography, Steve Aoki has collaborated with many artists. His early set featured Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington, who sang on a video screen as Aoki performed. In recent years, Steve Aoki has teamed up with Migos, Lil Yachty, Gucci Mane, and Fifth Harmony’s Lauren Jauregui.
Aoki’s Neon Future series, released in 2014, reflects his future vision. It features collaborations with leading figures in technology and pop culture. Although initially designed as a futuristic concept, the album series has evolved into Aoki’s most pop-oriented work. His upcoming Albuquerque show will showcase his most ambitious project to date.
If you’re looking for a night of electronic dance music, look no further than Quintino, Steve Aoki, and Grandtheft. These artists will be performing on select dates on their upcoming “Kolony Tour,” which kicks off on February 10 in Washington DC. The tour will feature Deorro, W&W, and Ricky Remedy, among other guests. Quintino will also make an appearance, bringing his signature sound to Albuquerque.
Dutch DJ Quintino has been sweeping the dance floors with his original sound and GO HARDER EP series. He recently released a solo track titled “Good Vibes.” He has also collaborated with Hardell on the remix of J. Balvin & Willy William’s “Mi Gente.” Both artists have previously collaborated on the track “Scorpion.” His Bad Royale lineup has produced several major hits and featured on major festival stages worldwide.
Quintino has been on the rise for a few years, rising in popularity yearly. His DJ set on February 8 was a highlight. Chester Bennington of Linkin Park sang on-screen while Aoki was mixing. Other notable collaborations with artists include Lil Yachty, Gucci Mane, and Migos. His latest work also features Fifth Harmony’s, Lauren Jauregui.