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Kygo : Witout You Review

Kygo : Witout You Review

by Shannon Smith

kygo-sound-in-review-albumKygo, the Norwegian DJ and record producer, has returned with a new single, “Without You,” featuring the enchanting vocals of HAYLA. Released on June 21, 2024, this track is a testament to Kygo’s signature tropical house style, blending uplifting melodies with deep emotional resonance.

“Without You” opens with HAYLA’s soulful voice, setting a poignant tone that gradually builds with Kygo’s characteristic piano riffs and lush synth layers. The song’s drop is energetic and euphoric, making it a perfect summer anthem that speaks to themes of love and longing. The production is polished, with each element crafted to create an immersive and danceable soundscape.

Kygo’s ability to fuse catchy hooks with emotive lyrics shines through in this release, making “Without You” a standout track in his discography. The collaboration with HAYLA adds a fresh dynamic, her voice complementing Kygo’s instrumental textures beautifully.

Overall, “Without You” is a captivating addition to Kygo’s repertoire. It showcases his growing sonic palette as an artist while staying true to the sound that fans love. Whether on the dance floor or enjoying a sunset, this track will resonate and elevate the moment.



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Without You

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June 21, 2024


RCA Records

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Shannon Smith
A fan of music my entire life. Should that be enough, well it is for me. Who buys music, the fans. Who listens to music, the fans. Like me, there are many like-minded individuals that daily search for meaningful and new music to add to their playlist, their soundtrack of life. A life without music would Bb. Yes, I have seen that saying floating around for years, and truth is, its #truth. So, may I introduce you to Shannon Smith (me). I am the editor. A music junkie that can’t get enough music in my life. A nerd (proudly), with some mad love for technology and design. It is that desire that sparked Sound in Review. Life is busy, the reviews are meant to ultimately introduce and briefly talk about the music. We have a section called SIR Quote: this is my way of saying thank you, to the countless artists making the world a place of expression. Show yours by rating each artists album, just as we have (collectively as writers), to show your support for your favorite artist.
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