Kygo Lyrics – Singles & Featured

English 290 January 1, 2013

Kygo, the renowned Norwegian DJ and record producer, emerged onto the global music scene with a remix of Ed Sheeran's "I See Fire" in 2013, marking the beginning of his meteoric rise. While this remix served as a pivotal moment, it's his chart-topping singles like "Firestone" featuring Conrad Sewell and "Stole the Show" featuring Parson James that cemented his status as a household name in electronic music. Notably, towards the end of 2015, Kygo unleashed yet another hit, "Stay," featuring Maty Noyes, further solidifying his position in the industry.

In May 2016, Kygo unveiled his inaugural studio album, "Cloud Nine," which showcased his versatility with tracks like "Raging" featuring Kodaline and "Carry Me" featuring Julia Michaels, despite being relatively less popular compared to his other singles. However, it was the release of "It Ain't Me," featuring vocals by Selena Gomez, as the lead single for his sophomore album that truly catapulted him to new heights, dominating the charts for months on end.

Kygo's creative journey continued to evolve over the years, marked by notable releases such as "Gone Are The Days" featuring James Gillespie in April 2021, "Love Me Now" featuring Zoe Wees in August 2021, and "Undeniable" featuring X Ambassadors in October 2021, each contributing to his growing repertoire.

In February 2022, Kygo collaborated with DNCE on the track "Dancing Feet," signaling DNCE's return from a three-year hiatus and hinting at Kygo's penchant for rejuvenating musical partnerships. The surprises didn't end there; in November 2022, Kygo dropped his highly anticipated fourth album, "Thrill of the Chase," captivating audiences with his innovative soundscapes and infectious beats.

Most recently, in March 2023, Kygo showcased his artistic prowess yet again with a remix of Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson's "Say Say Say," demonstrating his ability to breathe new life into timeless classics. And on January 19, 2024, Kygo joined forces with Ava Max on "Whatever," a captivating track that cleverly interpolates Shakira's "Whenever, Wherever," showcasing his knack for blending genres and creating unforgettable musical experiences. With each release, Kygo continues to redefine the boundaries of electronic music, solidifying his legacy as one of the industry's most influential artists. Below you can find a to z all track details, with lyrics and videos.