Xavi debuts at Sueños Festival with an electrifying set

The 20-year-old singer-songwriter known for his tumbados románticos stepped on a Chicago stage for the first time and the Sueños crowd went crazy. Xavi took over the festival’s stage just before 3 p.m. on Saturday wearing a Chicago’s Bulls jersey displaying his name and the number 24 over a white t-shirt, baggy ripped jeans, sneakers and sunglasses.

Xavi’s highly anticipated set started off with his hit single “Poco a Poco,” a song he collaborated with Los Dareyes de la Sierra on, followed by “Modo DND,” a single with Tony Aguirre.

He performed “La Victima” and closed with his banger “La Diabla,” both of which debuted on Billboard Hot 100. His short but engaging set also included “Sin Pagar Renta,” “Amigos con Derechos,” and “Corazón de Piedra,” his latest hit.

During his 30-minute performance, a chilling moment occurred as thousands of fans cheered for more than 10 seconds straight as he draped the Mexican flag over his shoulders. He jumped and danced on stage as fans sang along to every one of his biggest hits.

¡Gracias Chicago! ¡Los amo!” (Thank you Chicago! I love you!) he said as he waved
and walked off the stage. Signed to Interscope Records, Xavi recently wrapped his Poco a Poco Tour U.S. trek in San Antonio earlier this month.



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