The LEL Brothas recently concluded their sold-out tour in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The LEL Brothas were special guests of the American Ambassador to the Kingdom, James B. Smith. LEL performed in venues including the US Embassy, American International School, the Quincy House (Ambassador’s Residence) and FAPS. The LEL Brothas performed for a wide demographic, including performances for children (5th – 9th grade), Expatriates, Native Saudi’s and by special invitation before the Filipino community, gaining the LEL Brothas attention from the Filipino Channel and garnering requests for the LEL Brothas to tour the Philippines.
The LEL Brothas are not new to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. This was their second successful tour in the region, the first during the Arab Spring of 2011. Every show in the Kingdom was sold out where tickets were selling for 350 SAR or approx. $98.00 USD.
While in the Kingdom Saudi, Hip hop artist and legend Qusai, who is signed to Universal Legend, attended LEL’s US Embassy concert and was seen “hanging” with the group after their performance. Rumors are already circulating of a possible collaboration track on the LEL Brothas new album “Pandemic.” When DJ Clone was asked about the possibility of such collaboration he stated, “We are working extremely hard on the next evolution in our movement … Pandemic. We support Middle Eastern, especially Saudi Arabian Hip hop. I can’t say one way or another about a collab track but I promise there will be a lot of surprises on our next album … Pandemic. Shout out to Anwar and the entire Universal Legend team and to the legend himself Qusai, LEL Nation Stand Up!”
The LEL Brothas are currently planning tours in the UK, Japan and South East Asia, as well as, the release of their new album, “Pandemic.” Keep your eyes on the LEL Brothas … these guys are on the rise!…… LEL Nation Stand Up!!