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KYGO – STOLE THE SHOW | STAY @ 2015 Nobel Peace Prize Concert In 360 VR Video

I have always been a big fan of electronic music, a music genera that has transformed into a 6 billion dollar industry market in the recent years. Norwegian producer Kygo is one of my all time favorite artists in the recent years, someone who display truly his own sound and originality. Kygo started playing the piano at age six, and begin producing his own music with Logic and a MIDI keyboard at 15 years old.

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This 360 video features Kygo performing his hit song “Stole The Show”, featuring Parson James, as well as his performance with Maty Noyes of their new single “Stay” at the 2015 Novel Peace Prize Concert. By looking at the crowds in this 360 video, the well-suited Nobel Peace scholar audiences definitely does not seem anything like his TomorrowWorld crowds.


Simple Guide on How To Watch and Interact W/ YouTube 360 Degree Video

From computer

YouTube supports playback of 360 videos from the latest version of Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Opera browsers. Safari is not supported.

From mobile and tablets

To watch and interact with YouTube 360 videos, be sure to you have updated your device with the latest version of the app. For viewing YouTube videos, you will want to copy the video title name below:

<The Title>

Then open the YouTube app, and paste into the search box.

For an immersive experience, you can watch 360 degree videos with Cardboard via the YouTube app. Once the 360 video is launched, simply click the Cardboard icon on the lower right corner and insert phone into the Cardboard.

Kygo became the first electronic dance musician to play at the Nobel Peace Prize Concert at Telenor Arena on Dec. 11, performing alongside fellow Norwegian artists a-ha and Aurora to honor the National Dialogue Quartet from Tunisia and their work for democracy.


Kygo hit one billion streams on Spotify faster than any other musician on the planet in just little over a year. He did it without writing a song or releasing an album. Ranked by Billboard Magazine as the ‘the next EDM superstar’, Kyrre Gørvell-Dahll, a.k.a KYGO, has gone from bedroom producer to one of the most hyped electronic artists on the planet in unprecedented time. Check out Avicii live @ TomorrowWorld 2015 video:



His first original track ‘Firestone’, released at the end of 2014, has now amassed over 7 million plays across SoundCloud and YouTube and over 40 million plays on Spotify, peaking at #4 in the worldwide Spotify chart. With a hotly anticipated album scheduled for 2015, plus a new live show experienced due to be unveiled at Ultra Music Festival, this is only the beginning for this 24 year old Norwegian prodigy.



Kygo made the international stage with his remix of the track “I See Fire” by Ed Sheeran, which receive 50 million views on youtube, and 33 million plays on SoundCloud. His single “Firestone” received over 140 millions views on Youtube, and an additional 350 million streams on Spotify.

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Kygo Replaced Avicii @ TomorrowWorld

Kygo was contacted by Avicii and Chris Martin of Coldplay to create official remixes of one of the artists’ songs. He became the one who replaced Avicii at the main stage at TomorrowWorld due to Avicii’s health concerns.

“Kygo is a Norwegian world sensation that we are looking forward to seeing at Telenor Arena in December,” says Olav Njølstad, director of the Norwegian Nobel Institute. “Considering the hit catalogue he already has produced, I’m happy that the Nobel Peace Prize Concerts new format allows each artist time for additional songs.”

He signed a record label deal with Sony International and Ultra Records. His song “ID” was featured in the official trailer for Ultra Music Festival. The same track is also featured on FIFA 16, a popular video game by EA Sports. In August 2015, Kygo was a featured headliner at one of the biggest music festivals in the world, Lollapalooza.


Author: VR Reporter

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