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Alan Walker and Noah Cyrus perform ‘All Falls Down’ live on Jimmy Fallon

Alan Walker and Noah Cyrus perform ‘All Falls Down’ live on Jimmy Fallon

Noah Cyrus and Alan Walker recently released their collaboration on “All Falls Down.” The steadfast electronic phenomena and rising pop star icon came together for an amazing performance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

Upon introducing the impressive performance that is about to graze the stage, Fallon reminds us that Walker has more than 8 billion collective streams and is performing at Coachella in April.

Alan Walker is normally behind the turntables, but in this flawless performance he’s behind a keyboard. Both artists continue to prove that they’re versatile in their craft and continue evolving. Walker’s impressive futuristic and catchy sound can also be heard on his remix of Cyrus and XXXTENTACION’s “Again.”

Alan Walker is a Norwegian DJ and record producer. Walker has ranked 17th on DJ Mag‘s Top 100 DJs list of 2017, up 38 spots from 2016. In his younger years, he showcased an interest in computers that he then molded into programming and graphic design. He didn’t have any prior experience with music but taught himself digital music production by watching tutorials on YouTube.

Noah Cyrus is an American singer, actress, and also the sister of already famous pop sensation Miley Cyrus. Cyrus’ debut single, “Make Me (Cry),” was released in 2016 and featured vocals from Labrinth. Her acting career has been a staple in growing her music career. Noah was a background dancer in the Hannah Montana: The Movie (2009) film. She also played a few minimal rolls in the original Hannah Montana series on Disney.

Follow Alan Walker:

SoundCloud | Spotify | Apple Music | YouTube | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Follow Noah Cyrus:

SoundCloud | Spotify | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram


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