Khaled is still only 20 years old, but his debut in Kuala Lumpur on Sunday showed that he matured from the Heartthrob R & B which debuted with American youth Last year.
The artist with the springing hair came to a great roar from a rather diverse audience.
To our surprise, within three years alone, his admirers grew, with some of them almost in their 40s.
Everything about a Texas musician was almost perfect.
From the way he slipped away, he called the audience, making sure he had left his footprints behind every inch of the KL Live stage.
It is more difficult to compare the way he would act against similar artists of his genre because everything felt authentic.
The show kicked 8TE, Before Khaled went outside winter, American youth and a train.
He looked rather tired, but kept his cool and genuine.
The audience gave him some energy, and took on vocal roles therapy, Another sad love song, Saved and East / hopeless.
Nothing was wrong, but in short periods his palesto was dwarfed by his ballad-like band and the shouting of thousands who filled the place sold.
But what hit us with every passing song was how relatable his music fans were in social media madness.
Words, which young generations can hook up during their teenless years of care, while taking an older audience for a walk in the past.
A unique blend of soul and pop took a twist after Young Stupid & Breaking With the following downgrade with silence, A song he collaborated with, followed by marshmallow Love Lies / And Calvin Harris. Rollin.
Apart from writing his tastiest song, what left the dance of the festival dancing was the well-developed dance team that accompanied him from start to finish.
However, towards the end of the night, an undesirable incident took place.
Something that did not go unnoticed during the concert, but went viral on Twitter four days ago.
A fan allegedly threw a phone at the artist.
Although he later admitted that it was accidental, singer El Paso said it was done on purpose.
Khaled explained on Twitter, "I saw it before it happened, the phone could not disappear from the middle of the crowd, across groups of people, across the barricade and all the way to the middle of the stage on the accident, no way.
"But when it happened, I went on to show that even if I was angry or not, I was not going to let it affect the mood of the show … I was having fun, but I'm not stupid, it's not that deep."
For someone still under the age of 21, the situation is handled professionally.
This side event, Khaled is one of the most influential artists today.
Seven years ago a very young Justin Bieber and Arianna Grande hit a similar path.
There is still a lot more room to grow, but at this rate, its popularity will expand in no time.
A better stage presence would have sealed the deal, but if there were four words to describe the concert, it would have been almost perfect.