Last time we saw songwriting artist ¿Téo? he was doing stadiums with megastar Justin Bieber. He’s back again with a slew of new releases and his own international headlining run, the Sol & Luna tour. ¿Téo? brought his unique blend of rock, r&b, hip hop, and reggaeton to Denver’s Larimer Lounge, where the sold out crowd went crazy for the rising star.
The young artist brought a diverse set, which included his early hits like “Rrrico,” “Assim,” and “Buzzed,” as well as a bunch of new music from his forthcoming album Luna, including his scorching new single “Final Step.” He even previewed a few actual records directly on the P.A. rather than performing them, something we’ve never seen another artist do. While it was slightly unorthodox, it seemed to go over well with the crowd, and he turned it right back up with a hard rock rendition of the already hard hitting rap number “The Most.”
¿Téo? had the place going all the way up (on an actual Tuesday,) and made it abundantly clear that he’s a force to be reckoned with. We wouldn’t be surprised to see ¿Téo? join the ranks with Bad Bunny, J Balvin and other Latin superstars making huge waves around the globe. Check out the photo recap by photojournalist Anthony Maes!