Documentary on Kygo to be released on Apple Music
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A new documentary film about the rise of Norwegian DJ known as Kygo will be arriving exclusively on Apple Music on July 26. Announced on Tuesday, the documentary titled Kygo: Stole The Show will chronicle the rise of pianist turned DJ, Kyrre Gørvell-Dahll, who has become one of the biggest names in electronic music since releasing his remix of Ed Sheeran’s 2013 hit, “I See Fire,” from The Hobbit film series.

Apple Music shared the film’s trailer, which can be watched above, and features interviews from contemporaries including Steve Aoki and Bono.

“Can’t wait for everyone to see what really goes on behind the scenes! It’s exciting showing people the journey that I’ve been on up until this point in my career,” Kygo said in a statement to go with Tuesday’s announcement.

Apple Music continues to develop exciting video content for fans, having also produced films to promote fellow pop artists including Harry Styles and Haim ahead of their own 2017 album releases. Kygo's last studio album, 2016's Cloud Nine, was certified double-platinum in his home country of Norway, and peaked at number 11 in the U.S. on Billboard's 200 album chart.