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Three Kings destined for greatness

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Stand at attention! The 3 Kings are present! Adam Davis-McGee, Gabe Garcia-Boler, and Will Shuford; young men destined for greatness. These friends have discovered a niche... Stand at attention! The 3 Kings are present! Adam Davis-McGee, Gabe Garcia-Boler, and Will Shuford; young men destined for greatness. These friends have discovered a niche in their passion for music. Individually they operate with an incredible surge of creativity. As a group they produce amazing synergy, increasing their popularity by the second. In November, 2001, 3 Kings Entertainment Group was created, providing a mobile deejay service, and hip-hop performance in vocal percussion (beep boxing) and rap.

Already, the group has performed in high profile gigs. July 2002, the group performed at the Walker Art Center, for the opening of ‘One Planet Under A Groove’ exhibit. 3 Kings were in the line up with Hip Hop icons Peanut Butter Wolf and Fab Five Freddy. Exposure gained from the Walker Art Center performance, landed the group a gig with the Timberwolves basketball team. “We Go To Work,” is the familiar rhythmic chant replayed on Timberwolves television and radio commercials. 3 Kings was chosen as the talent behind the chant. The chant was part of a campaign used for the Timberwolves 2002-2003 season. In addition to the commercials, the group performed for the Timberwolves opening game. First Avenue and Qwest night clubs, are other venues where 3 Kings were the featured talent. In over a year the 3 Kings have accomplished what many people dream of.

Over the years Davis-McGee maintained friendships with Garcia-Boler and Shuford. Davis-McGee and Garcia-Boler met at their high school, St. Paul Academy. Shuford and Davis-McGee met as sixth graders in the ARTS US young storytellers group. Before 3 Kings Entertainment Group existed, the members were individual deejays. Davis-McGee said, “We came together to form our own business collectively, and it took off really fast. We want to go as far as we can take it.”

These young business men provide individual strengths to the group. Garcia-Boler is the quiet performer, but he speaks volumes on the turntable. He is respected as the group’s ‘tech man’. “Two years ago on Christmas I got my first set of turntables.” In fact his hobbies include basketball and playing on the turntables.
 

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