Concert review: J Balvin

I recently went to J Balvin’s concert in Eagle Bank Arena in Virginia on Sunday, October 21. Jose Alvaro Osorio Balvin, commonly known as J Balvin, is a reggaeton singer from Medellin, Colombia. He was born in 1985 and moved to the United States at the age of 17. He eventually moved back to Colombia where he started to make a name for himself as a performer.

His music career began to takeoff after he met David Rivera Mazo, his DJ and business partner. Featuring Puerto Rican singer Farruko, 6AM became J Balvin’s first song to become widely popular. He released an album called La Familia which was very successful. More recently, he released a new album, Vibras. J Balvin is currently on a tour around the United States.

“Si necesita reggaeton, ¡dale! Sigue bailando, mami, no pare (If you need reggaeton, go ahead! Keep dancing, don’t stop.),” the beginning of the chorus of J Balvin’s song “Ginza’, sums up the experience of his concert. He performed a concert as part of his Vibras Tour at Eagle Bank Arena in Fairfax, Virginia on Sunday, October 21. His concert was like a non-stop party with an incredible performance.

The concert was a fun experience featuring great music, dancing, and stage settings. J Balvin did a great job controlling the crowd. He has great energy not to mention great music. For about two hours he kept everyone on their feet dancing and singing along. J Balvin showed that he is an experienced performer during his concert. He put on a show for everyone in the Eagle Bank Arena that Sunday night.  

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