Whether behind the piano in his studio or headlining a sold-out festival, Kygo quietly reaffirms his status as a prodigious talent, forward-thinking producer, dynamic DJ, and influential global superstar. The Norwegian musician born Kyrre Gørvell-Dahll first introduced himself in 2013 and quietly became one of the most ubiquitous hitmakers in the world. Amassing 15 billion cumulative global audio and video streams by 2021, he has broken numerous streaming records. Kygo earned one of his biggest hits with the multiplatinum “It Ain’t Me” [feat. Selena Gomez], going Top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100 and clocking over 2.5 billion streams worldwide. In 2019, Kygo unleashed “Higher Love” with Whitney Houston and generated another 1.1 billion combined streams/views worldwide and peaked at #1 on Dance Radio in addition to leaving his imprint on a classic. He heralded his 2020 critically acclaimed third full-length album Golden Hour [Sony Music International/Ultra Records/RCA Records] with the anthems “Like It Is” [with Zara Larsson & Tyga], “Lose Somebody” [with OneRepublic] and “I’ll Wait” [with Sasha Sloan]. The album has garnered over 1.7 billion streams worldwide. Following Golden Hour, Kygo most recently released his remix of Tina Turner’s “What’s Love Got To Do With It” and Donna Summer’s “Hot Stuff” to rave reviews. His newest track, “Love Me Now” ft. Zoe Wees is out now.
Earlier this summer, Kygo played his first live show back in front of a crowd, selling out the historic Red Rocks amphitheater. He recently announced, and then sold out within 10 minutes the biggest stadium in Oslo (Ullevaal Stadium) for a show scheduled for July 2nd, 2022. Through his lifestyle brand Palm Tree Crew, Kygo put on a one-of-a-kind intimate festival experience, Palm Tree Music Festival which took place last month at the Francis S. Gabreski Airport in Westhampton, NY. The single-day event captured the feeling of summer in paradise and saw performances by Kygo himself, Zedd, Gryffin (DJ Set), Frank Walker and Forester. Additionally, Kygo played in Los Angeles at the Banc of California Stadium on September 10th and continues his ongoing residency at The Wynn in Las Vegas.