Tina Turner, 60, is collaborating with DJ Kigo on the remix of her 198’s “What’s Love to Two to Two to Two to Two to Two”.
On Monday, 28-year-old Kigo (Kire Garvel-Dahl) announced on Twitter that he is teaming up with iconic singer Tina Turner and will drop the 2020 update on Friday (July 17).
The Norwegian DJ and producer wrote: “I can’t believe I’m releasing a collage with oveLoveTinaTurner this Friday! ‘What I love to do with it’ is my favorite song of all time. I feel overwhelmed to have the opportunity to work with such a legendary artist. You can’t all wait to hear it. “
Kiego gained international fame with his own hit tracks, including a 2017 remix with Selena Gomez including “It’s Not Mine”, her biography a The 2013 edition is Ed Sheeran’s “I See Fire” and his 2014 single “Firestone”. Last year, a remix of the cover of Steve Winwood’s 1986 hit “Houston” hit Whitney Houston’s “Higher Love” an unexpected success that charted.
Turner’s 198 solo “What to do with it love” was the main track from his fifth solo album “Private Dancer”. The album won three Grammy Awards for Singer, including a Regional Release, Record of the Year, Best Female Pop Vocalist and Best Rock Vocal Performance, and in 2012, “What to Do with It” was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame.
Turner’s career was also captured in the 1993 biographical film “What’s Love to Eat with to Do It” starring Angela Bassett. The bust set won an Oscar nomination and a Golden Globe for its portrayal.
Turner’s last performance was in 2007 on his “Tina !: 50th Anniversary Tour”.
See Kigo’s full post below.