With regards to Norwegian DJ and Producer Matoma, whose identify originates from a play on the Lion King’s basic feel-good phrase ‘Hakuna Matata,’ there are merely no worries available because of his uplifting music and constructive demeanor.
The viby 26-year-old Trondheim, Norway-native born Tom Lagergren, is at the moment on the highway bringing his One In A Million tour to main markets throughout Europe and North America.
The tour promotes the debut studio album for Matoma, sharing its title and due for launch in early March. Followers can anticipate to get pleasure from model new tracks all through the tour together with the album’s main single Slow that includes Noah Cyrus, in addition to different fan-favorite originals and remixes, together with Old Thing Back, False Alarm and Staying Up with The Vamps.
Lagergren says the dimensions of this tour, with its elevated stage of manufacturing, model new unique music and large venues, are past his wildest expectations.
“It’s mindblowing and loopy,” he mentioned. “I can’t describe how a man from a small city in Norway would get to journey everywhere in the world, to San Francisco, and play ballrooms. It’s going to be unbelievable.”
One factor is definite for this present: the dreamy Biggie-tribute observe West Coast Party goes to blow the lid off the place.
Lagergren has all the time claimed that his music and the Matoma persona, “is all about spreading like to the folks.”
However now he’s making an attempt to take an additional step by spreading a few of that like to the setting and worldwide communities in want by committing to holding the tour carbon impartial via participation within the Climate Neutral Now initiative began by UN Local weather Change, and thru donations of a $1 to the Pink Cross Catastrophe Aid fund for each ticket offered within the US.
Written By: Aaron Nelson