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31 FAM is an urban music band based in Sabadell (Barcelona). It was born in 2017 and is made up of six members between 17 and 18 years old; Kid Pi, Joey C, Lil Didi, Bandam, Koalekay and AAA.
His music style is trap, dancehall and reggaeton. Their songs have an own identity, a very particular sound, and with a special characteristic that differentiates them from the rest of the bands. 31 FAM creates its songs mixing the different styles of its members as well as several languages. Thus, in a song we can find parts in Catalan, Spanish and English.
31 FAM begins as a hobby and a game between friends who come together to create the music they like and at the same time have fun. After a while of trying it, improving the productions and seeing that the songs took form and force decide to put them on internet to know the opinion of the audience when listening to them.
The reaction of the audience was immediate and resounding. The songs quickly became a hit, the band gained thousands of followers, 31 FAM became a reference for young people and in a few months their songs gained millions of visits, thousands of positive comments and began to sound strongly in the local and trendy nightclubs. They also start receiving hundreds of requests to perform at different parties and festivals.
It is at this moment, and seeing the repercussion that their songs were having, that the band decides to start making 31 FAM a reality, a serious band and to think about releasing their first album. They signed with the label Delirics (Picap) and begin to produce their first album that will be published at the beginning of 2019.