Tedder and the producer will perform tomorrow (July 17) as part of iHeartRadio’s ongoing ‘Summer Camp With the Stars’ series
If you went to summer camp as a kid, you know how meaningful it was to spend those glorious golden days running around the woods and making new friends around the campfire. But with COVID-19 closing and dramatically reducing the capacity of summer camps around the world, iHeartRadio is offering an alternative with their Summer Camp with the Stars series.
This week’s installation will feature a performance from Kygo and OneRepublic frontman Ryan Tedder, who teamed up like camp buddies in a three-legged race for “Lose Somebody,” from Kygo’s latest LP Golden Hour. The album is currently in the No. 2 position on Billboard‘s Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart.
“One of my favorite summer traditions is to go boating, swimming in the lake and grabbing a drink during sunset with my friends,” Kygo says in a video clip exclusive to Billboard Dance. Watch the rest of that video below, along with a preview of tomorrow’s socially distanced performance between the two artists. The full performance airs tomorrow (July 17) at 5 p.m. ET on iHeartRadio’s Facebook page.
Summer Camp With the Stars is streaming every Friday in July and has thus far featured AJ McLean of the Backstreet Boys leading a dance class with his daughter and a campfire performance from Noah Cyrus. Meanwhile tomorrow, Kygo is also releasing his edit of Tina Turner’s 1984 classic “What’s Love Got To Do With It.”
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