KingQueen - Burn This Motha

KingQueen is a pop-rock group from Los Angeles. Lead vocalist Ina, alias Sabrina Petrini, founded the group, which also includes Adam Gimenez, Brandon Valerino, Jake Absher, and Ella G. Burgos. The best way to characterise KQ's music is as energising and edgy, with sing-along choruses and vulnerable yet self-assuring lyrics. 

The band has been broadcast on a number of media, including MTV, VH1, and OutAt TV. In addition to playing with Quiet Riot at San Bernardino Fair, The Troubadour opened for Kat Cunning and Jax, LA Fashion Week, The Whisky a Go Go, The House of Blues opened for Steel Panther, The Out At The Fair tour, and other live events, they have also been performing at the NAMM show, American Music Awards, the Main Stage at San Francisco Pride, Orange County Pride, and Long Beach Pride.

KingQueen just recently joined the "LA Rock Collective" cast. The first occasion took place at the Hard Rock Cafe in Hollywood, and Spectrum News reported it. KQ spent the summer of 2022 touring the West Coast in support of their self-titled EP "KingQueen" as part of their Golden State Tour. 

They have made available "Burn This Motha," their most current track, coupled with a music video that was directed and produced by K. Rocco Shields. I like many things about the song: the groovy bass lines, the dynamic drumming, the classy guitar lines, the intense and very inspired vocals (the chorus is super catchy), and in general the production, absolutely top-notch. Burn This Motha is a very cool song, amazingly performed and produced. Give it a go by clicking on the Spotify player below and don't forget to follow KingQueen on social media as well.


Giovanni Gagliano

Passionate about music I wrote my first article for "Given To Rock" in 2012, reaching now 30K global followers. I am also a musician, gigging around London.

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