Global superstar, producer and DJ Kyrre Gørvell-Dahll – a.k.a Kygo, has today released the music video for “Broken Glass” w/ international pop sensation Kim Petras. The video was directed by Griffin Stoddard.
Over the course of a month, Kygo has released a series of videos for Golden Hour : ‘Only Us’ featuring Haux, ‘Someday’ with Zac Brown, ‘Feels Like Forever’ with Jamie M Commons, ‘Freedom’ with Zah Abel, ‘To Die For’ with St. Lundi, ‘Beautiful’ with Sandra, ‘The Truth’ Valerie Broussard, among more.
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 and 3.3 billion YouTube views by 2020, he has broken numerous streaming records. He emerged as Spotify’s “Breakout Artist of 2015” powered by “Firestone” [feat Conrad Sewell] and “Stole the Show” [feat. Parson James]—certified gold or platinum in sixteen countries. These smashes cemented him as “the fastest artist to reach 1 billion streams on Spotify.”
With all his mega-hits, sometimes Kygo’s piano sessions is all you need.
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 nearly 1 billion Spotify streams. He maintained his momentum on the Stargazing EP and second album, Kids In Love. The ensuing Kids In Love Tour canvased four continents and sold out arenas. He ignited “Remind Me To Forget” [feat. Miguel] with 812 million total combined streams and views.
Other collaborations include mega-hits with U2, Imagine Dragons, The Chainsmokers, Ellie Goulding, Rita Ora, and Chelsea Cutler. In 2019, Kygo unleashed “Higher Love” with Whitney Houston and generated another 1 billion combined streams and views in addition to leaving his imprint on a classic. He heralded his 2020 third full-length album Golden Hour [Sony Music International/Ultra Records/RCA Records] with the anthems “Like It Is” [with Zara Larsson & Tyga] and “I’ll Wait” [with Sasha Sloan]. Now, Golden Hour signals Kygo’s brightest moment yet.
Fast-rising international pop sensation Kim Petras has become one of music’s most buzzed-about artists. She has racked up more than 400 million global streams with the release of her summer smash “Malibu.” Kim performed the song on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night – PRESS HERE to watch. Her critically acclaimed debut full-length project Clarity dominated Spotify’s “New Music Friday” and Apple Music’s “Best of The Week” playlists for 10 consecutive weeks with its acclaimed singles, including glacial hit “Icy” (PRESS HERE) which landed her on Good Morning America for her national TV debut.
Selling her first ticket in 2019, Kim sold out her first-ever headline tour last summer in minutes during presale, and her international The Clarity Tour sold out The Shrine in LA and two back to back nights at Avant Gardner in NYC. Kim’s undeniable voice and imaginative artistry have skyrocketed her to international recognition and earned her major mainstream media acclaim from the likes of NY Times, NPR, Vanity Fair, People, Rolling Stone, MTV, Glamour, Elle, Variety, Harper’s Bazaar, Allure, Billboard, Cosmopolitan, Seventeen, Paper, V Magazine, Noisey, Pitchfork, i-D, Refinery29, and more.
First breaking out with her #1 Spotify Global Viral 50 bop “I Don’t Want It At All,” Kim launched into Top 40 radio with her pop hit “Heart to Break,” opened for Troye Sivan’s nationwide Bloom Tour, revived and redefined Halloween music with her spooky project TURN OFF THE LIGHT, collaborated with Charli XCX, Cheat Codes, Kygo, MAX, SOPHIE, Lil Aaron, and more, appeared on “How It’s Done” from the Ariana-Grande-produced Charlie’s Angels soundtrack, and has been featured on multiple billboards in New York, London, and Los Angeles as a Spotify RISE artist.
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