By Jessica Goodman
Updated April 20, 2016 at 06:02 PM EDT
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Trop-house artist Kygo will launch his own radio channel on SiriusXM on May 9, the service announced Wednesday.

The news comes ahead of the release of his debut album Cloud Nine, due out May 13. The channel will have a limited run and will feature tunes from some of Kygo’s favorite artists as well as his own songs. He’ll also debut new material every day at 6 p.m. ET during the show.

“I’m incredibly excited for my own Kygo Radio channel! SiriusXM has had my back ever since day one when I was making remixes in my dorm room at university, and it means a lot that they’re supporting my music as I prepare to release my debut album, Cloud Nine,” said Kygo in a statement. “I’ll be playing some of my favorite tracks from both the past and present, and most of all, I’m looking forward to playing brand new music from Cloud Nine. I can also promise a few surprises thrown in along the way, so tune in!”

Kygo Radio will air through Friday, May 20, on SiriusXM’s channel 53.