Aucklander Kingston Chapple-Wilson was busy producing music for commercials when he decided to record his own music under the name Kings. Late nights honing his craft proved exhausting, but within a year, 'Don’t Worry Bout It' would change his life. The summer vibes track broke the record for spending the longest time (33 weeks) as the number one local single on the Kiwi music charts, and was the highest selling Kiwi track in both 2016 and 2017. Kings was named Breakthrough Artist of the Year at the 2016 Vodafone NZ Music Awards. EP Kings was released late that year, followed in 2017 by album Chapter One.
The video for the highest selling Kiwi song of both 2016 and 2017 was shot on a mobile phone in Fiji. Featuring beaches, pools, and partying, Don’t Worry Bout It was filmed by Auckland musician Kings while he was in Fiji for a music festival. Kings wanted to create an instrumental track with a summer feel, but added lyrics after watching his daughter run around a park without a care in the world. As of December 2017, 'Don’t Worry Bout It' held the record for the longest number of weeks (33) as the week's biggest-selling Kiwi single; it had been streamed on Spotify over six million times.