Last night, Norwegian producer Kygo hit a career milestone as he sold-out Barclays Center in New York City, marking one of his biggest headlining shows to date. Kygo has become a household name in just two years. He went from playing for a couple hundred people to collaborating with musical icons like a-ha and John Legend, breaking a Spotify streaming record and making history as the first producer to perform at the Nobel Peace Prize concert.

Last night was a momentous show for Kygo as he sold out a 13,000-person venue, but he made sure it would be just as memorable for his fans. As if bringing MØ, Maty Noyes, Conrad Sewell and Parson James wasn't enough, the Norwegian native surprised fans by bringing out a special surprise guest - Shaggy! The reggae legend performed his own version of "Sexual Healing" and then broke out into his 2000 hit song "It Wasn't Me."

But that's not all... Kygo also premiered two new original songs from his upcoming album!

Watch it all go down in the footage captured by Dancing Astronaut below...

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