Music act Zion y Lennox keep proving to fans, critics, and others why they are one of reggaeton's hottest duos ever. Their chemistry on stage can be classified as superb, but managing their presence while performing has been essential for them over the years.
In Zion y Lennox's unique show Friday at L.A. Live's The Conga Room, they gave the sold out crowd a night to remember - one that left many speechless and others wanting more. To begin the night, the duo delivered Plan B's "Si No Le Contesto," a track they are part of in the remix version. It served as a perfect opener because it got the audience singing, jumping, and loudly cheerful.
Zion y Lennox continued their performance with several romantic portions off their repertoire. Although reggaeton is known to be mostly up tempo with graphic lyrics, this duo has had its share in representing the romance spectrum within the genre. "Amor Genuino," "Doncella," and "Te Hago El Amor" are prime examples of their romantic catalogue. All three songs handed couples in attendance a sweet scene on the memorable show.
Daddy Yankee's "Tu Príncipe," which Zion y Lennox appeared in, was one of the hits during the performance. The public received it well enough to ignite an eventful moment in this live piece - something that the duo apparently enjoyed enormously as they smiled in satisfaction by their reaction.
The natives of Carolina provided other classic melodies off of their repertoire, including the likes of "Bandida," "Yo Voy," and "Hay Algo En Ti". A surprise came when Zion performed songs from his past solo album, The Perfect Melody, featuring "Fantasma" and "Zun Da Da," among others.
Zion y Lennox have been in the music business for a long time, but they truly did not receive their credit until releasing Motivando a la Yal in 2004. The album sports 18 tracks, including collaborations with Daddy Yankee, Tego Calderón and Voltio. They performed songs from this album, and The Conga Room fans loved it.