KHEA Leads the Latin Trap Movement With KRK
Pictured: KHEA at the Miami-based KRK Showroom with his ROKIT G4 White Noise Studio Monitors
At the age of 21, KHEA has made his mark on the music industry with his versatility and one-of-a-kind lyrical creativity that has categorized him as the leader of the Latin Trap movement. Having worked alongside international superstars in-studio and on-stage, including Bad Bunny, Daddy Yankee, and Rita Ora, to name a few, KHEA is carving a path for a generation of urban Latinx musicians on a global level. After signing with one of the biggest labels in the industry, Interscope Records, KHEA released his track “Dónde Estás,” which has garnered more than 180 million combined views between Spotify and YouTube. Similarly, he had the opportunity to collaborate with Blackbear on the song “Hot Girl Bummer” and with One Republic on “Better Days,” which marked a new chapter in the young artist’s career. When KHEA first started producing music on a professional level, he turned to KRK ROKIT G4 White Noise 5-inch studio monitors for a sound he could trust.
“I love my KRK ROKIT G4 Studio Monitors. Not only are they super accurate, but they also do a great job of adapting to any space. The KRK ROKITs were the first pair of studio monitors that I used to work on my initial professional releases, so in addition to possessing a professional production value, there’s also a sentimental component for me. I will be holding KRK close to my heart forever.”