IF you have often wondered why the Common Kings named themselves the "Common Kings" in the first place, it all stems from their appreciation of cultural values and their lives as average people doing what they love.
The group explained, in a press conference on Thursday, that their name choice was linked directly to their different Polynesian heritages also.
"We're all from the Pacific Islands so we all represent our islands and I think we're kings in a way by representing our people. But at the same time, we're still common people, we're still regular dudes, just like everybody else and we're able to just hang out," one of the group members said.
"We all take pride in our nationality and who we are and where we're from and we all feel there's a certain royalty in all of our Polynesian heritages, but the common part is that we feel common."
The Kings arrived in the country on Wednesday evening at the Nausori Airport and performed their first live show in Fiji on Thursday night.
They will perform their final show today in Nadi and tickets for this show are still on sale.