Kygo is a producer on the rise and is getting a lot of attention from all over the world. Kygo recently sat down with TheVibeGuide for a quick interview.
Here is a quick excerpt:
Seeing as we have just come out of 2013, what would you say were your top 5 records of the year?
Stolen Dance (FlicFlac Edit) – Milky Chance
Gold (Snakehips Bootleg) – Bondax
Klingande – Jubel
Suit & Tie (Oliver Nelson Remix) – Justin Timberlake
Lemâitre – Cut To Black
Back on music, your Sexual Healing remix racked up an impressive 250,000 listens in a little over 10 days, did you ever think that your music would gain the recognition and impact that it has had?
No, I’ve dreamed about it, but I didn’t think I’d ever reach that amount of plays. When I created my Facebook page in April my most played song had around 2,000 plays and I was hoping to reach 1,000 likes on Facebook by the end of the year. So to get 250,000 plays in 10 days and end 2013 with almost 70 000 likes on Facebook was, and still is, unbelievable for me. It really is a dream come true.
Read the full interview here.
Tony Betties – So Cool (Bronx Remix). Such a great chilled out track.
Benjamin Francis Leftwich – Snowship (Thomas Jack Remix). Amazing song to listen to as Im sitting here in our office with a view like this.
We just posted a great new Kygo track and Interview so we thought we would also post a remix of a classic. Here you go.. Marvin Gaye – Sexual Healing remixed by Kygo.
Kygo is back with another awesome remix. This time its Benjamin Francis Leftwich – Shine. Enjoy!
Virtual Riot – Paper Planes. Amazing new track released through NCS.
CHVRCHES – The Mother We Share (Vanic Remix). Great remix from Vanic and I can see this getting a lot of plays here in our office!
Rob Gasser – I’m Here (ft. The Eden Project). Great free track promoted on the NCS YouTube Channel. Love it!
Loving this track, so just had to post it for everyone.
There are rumours that Sprint and Spotify have partnered to offer Sprint customers free trials of Spotify. Additionally, Sprint customers will then be able to continue with their subscription and tie it into their standard phone bills. Some Sprint customers may also qualify for discounts on Spotify’s premium service, which costs $9.99 a month.
Its been reported that Sprint plans on announcing the deal at an event in New York City on April 29. The deal will require approval from the music labels that license their music to Spotify, so it’s possible that the pact could be delayed.