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Kygo and OneRepublic Perform Iso-Rendition of ‘Lose Somebody’ for ‘Tonight Show’: Watch

To label Kygo as an EDM DJ is underselling him. The Norwegian artist does spin discs, and produce electronic music. And during his appearance Wednesday on The Tonight Show, he showcased his talents on a grand piano.

Kygo (real name Kyrre Gørvell-Dahll) performed an iso-version of “Lose Somebody” with OneRepublic, a collaboration lifted from Golden Hour, the multi-talented European musician’s latest LP.

The Nordic wonder is in the mix with another collaboration doing big things on sales charts around the globe. His remix of Tina Turner’s “What’s Love Got To Do With It” is on target to give the soul legend her first U.K. top 40 hit in more than a decade.

Golden Hour peaked at No. 18 on the Billboard 200 in June.

Watch the performance below.

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