When an 18 year old Alan Walker announced himself as a contender within a crowded music scene, none could have predicted the rise of a true star. Dropping 'Fade' on No Copyright Sounds channel via YouTube to 19M subscribers (as of present day), the Norwegian producer racked up over 360 million streams on the track, with many more via other
Amid the ever growing concerns that consume the world's media regarding the changing planet, Alan Walker has used his musical influence to display the issues that plague our planet. With continued reminders about the problems that face us, such as waste being dumped into the sea, and forest fires, the video is used as a strong notice of the issues.
"It's finally out. Hope you like it." With those accompanying words Norwegian music producer Kenneth Nilsen, better known as K-391, released his highly anticipated collab with Alan Walker titled 'Ignite' yesterday. A little over a year ago, the instrumental version of the track was released, with rumors of a vocal version in the making rapidly spreading. It took a while, but
Nearly two weeks ago, Alan Walker joined an exclusive club in the music industry after reaching over 1 billion YouTube views for his international hit, 'Faded.' The collaboration with vocalist Iselin Solheim put Walker among the ranks with artists such as Calvin Harris, The Chainsmokers and Avicii who have also reached this milestone. His last single, 'Alone' was another chart topping smash but was released back