About 10 % of the profits goes to international musical charity.
Norwegian artist, Mito has created a unique art print of Kygo hand wrestling with the late classical composer, Edvard Grieg. The prints go under the name of "The Music Battle".
250 NOK (approx. USD 27) from each sale of the prints goes to the humanitarian organisation, Music Fund whose purpose is to raise funds and collect used instruments to give young people living in conflict zones and poor regions the chance to practice music in good conditions.
Kygo has participated in choosing the 3 background colours that the print is available in, and around 100 prints are available in each colour.
Check out the prints and support a good cause at mitoart.no
Fun fact: Edvard Grieg spent his adult life living in his house at Troldhaugen (in Bergen, Norway), which is now a museum annually attracting thousands of visitors. Kygo grew up in the same neighbourhood. Both have been inspired by the view of the idyllic Nordåsvannet Bay when composing beautiful music, although a hundred years apart.