The song is a rework of Grammy’s winner, and a legend herself Donna Summer’s legendary 1979 original. Kygo admits that he’s honored and humbled to get to work with an iconic track like ‘Hot Stuff.’
A couple of days ago Kygo released a new remix with Donna Summer and what is more? He takes the cast of Outer Banks to his set! So here is the question, are YOU Kygo’s new remix? Because you’re such ‘Hot Stuff!’
Kygo through the years has been releasing a bunch of bops that we all know. One of the most popular songs is for instance ‘It Ain’t Me’ with Selena Gomez which went Top 10 at Billboard Hot 100 and got over 1 BILLION streams on Spotify. In 2020 he released a remix of ‘What’s Love Got To Do’ with Tina Turner and ‘Like It Is’ with Zara Larsson and Tyga. The last song is a single to his brand new album Golden Hour, which is already available to listen to every music streaming service.
Music Video Made With Outer Banks’s Cast!
Remember that time around April/May when everybody was obsessed with Netflix’s Outer Banks? (BTW WE STILL ARE) And you feel like you’ve seen people who are starring in Kygo’s new music video? We have an answer! It’s Chase Stokes and Madelyn Cline who plays John B and Sarah Cameron in the show! As a result, we felt like we were back watching the show! Kygo made sure we’ve got the best content in the high quality of the cast. It’s produced by Lighthouse Films, directed by Bo Webb and shot by Brad Walker. In conclusion, WE STAN.
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'Hot Stuff' was one of my favorite songs growing up and I had a lot of fun reworking it. Big thanks to @hichasestokes & @madelyncline for bringing this incredible video to life. Hopefully you guys like it as much as I do 🙏🏼 @lighthousefilms @thelongdrink @obx
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