Matoma performs at 2017 Nobel Peace Prize concert

Norwegian star Matoma has had an unbelievable year, collaborating with a number of high profile artists, including The Vamps and Noah Cyrus – releasing a string of overwhelmingly successful hits. He was recently invited to perform at the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize Concert, following in the footsteps of fellow Norwegian sensation Kygo – who performed there in 2015, the first ever electronic act ever to do so.

Matoma has been climbing to even more impressive heights each year, always diversifying his sound so that each song continues to push boundaries. Next year, he has a huge ‘One In A Million’ tour planned which will see him stop off at destinations all over the UK, Canada and the US, finishing up with one date in Norwegian city Trondheim.

At the concert, Matoma performed his smash hit with Becky Hill, ‘False Alarm‘, which is without doubt one of his most popular releases, having hit a staggering 136 million streams on Spotify alone. He also delighted crowds with ‘Slow‘ and ‘One In A Million‘, putting on a spectacular show complete with fireworks and confetti.

Take a look at each of the tracks Matoma performed below.

H/T: Billboard

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