Together since 2003, Zion y Lennox is clearly the perfect reggaeton duo. Zion belts out songs that echo throughout the three floors of Terminal 5 with his romantic flare, while Lennox brings a stylistically appealing hip-hop edge to his Spanish raps. Even though throughout the years, the duo has been successful in recording separate tracks – when they’re together, they make magic happen. They bring together different elements that make their partnership simply amazing.
Terminal 5 was full of fans of all different ages – their music appeals to young couples, to groups of girlfriends and guys, to parents (and some grandparents in the crowd) alike. The Heineken sponsorship made for a sexy atmosphere in the air with the stage’s booming lights, sleek VIP section allowing for optimal viewing of the concert, to an open-for-public step-and-repeat and several fully stocked bars and hors d’oeurves throughout each floor.
The Zion y Lennox experience was one I’ll never forget – hell, it might even get me to celebrate my Carolina roots since the two are from Puerto Rico and hit up a club this weekend in the attempt to try and relive the blasting music and moving beats that will make anyone shake their hips and sway their feet to the rhythm. Zion y Lennox had the entire audience singing their songs, often stopping in the middle of performing to take it all in. The group has come a long way since their humble beginnings are now succeeding in standing out as one of the genre’s most revolutionary game changers.
I’ll be playing “Ella Ella” on loop, but in the meantime, enjoy my footage of the concert.