The fans and the world the electro one under the shock, the Avicii genius left us
The Swedish DJ Avicii, of its true name Tim Bergling, died this Friday with Mascate (Oman), at the 28 years age. Its agent announced the sad news with the Variety site.
“It is with a deep unhappiness that we announce the death of Tim Bergling, also known under the name of Avicii”, official press release details. “It was found died in Mascate, in Oman, Friday afternoon. Its family is devastated and we ask you to respect his intimacy in this difficult moment. No other information will be given”
Regarded as one of best DJs in the world, it was in particular known in 2013 general public for its tube “Wake Me Up” with the singer Aloe Blacc.
During these last years, the Swede had not made mystery of his health problems, like his pancréatite, had with an alcohol excessive consumption.
“That has something to see with my health. The scene was not for me. I do not speak about the show or the music but about what there is around. I am rather introverted and that was always hard for me”, he had said to Hollywood Reporter.
The Swede collaborated with artists of different horizons like Madonna, Coldplay or David Guetta, and rose twice in the third place of the ranking of best DJs of the world, in 2012 and 2013, according to “DJ Magazine”, the reference on the matter.
It had had to cancel representations in 2014 to be made withdraw the gall bladder and the appendix.
Some would have almost believed in a joke. “Not, Avicii cannot be dead it is impossible”, one reads on the social network. “Please, tell me that it is not true”, the ones beg. “The death of Avicii at only 28 years, it is so sad good blood”, the others increase. For much, he was “a giant” of the world electro scene. A “enormous talent” which made vibrate the young generations on the sounds of “Wake me up” or of “Levels” disappears subitementen leaving in the head from its larger fans of the “indelible memories”.
Many DJ of the whole world paid him homage on the social networks. Among them, Calvin Harris, Kungs, DJ Snake, Martin Garrix, David Guetta, or Kygo. “I cannot believe that it is true… My greater inspiration and the reason for which I began the electronic music. Thank you for all the joy which you brought to the world thanks to your music. RIP”, the author of “It Ain‘ T tweeté Me”.
Let us recall that Kygo was contacted by the author of “Wake Me Up” to compose of the official resumptions of its pieces, or to play its first part in Findings Festival of Oslo in 2014. Very touched by the disappearance of his/her friend, the Norwegian DJ made a point of paying to him another homage, this time in music. Whereas he played on the scene of Coachella this Friday, April 20, 2018, he dedicated the title “Without you to him”, “his music preferred”.
“The world lost an incredibly talented musician”, the star Frenchwoman David Guetta reacted, who published on his Twitter account a photograph of him with Avicii. “Thank you for your beautiful melodies and time that we shared with the studio, to play together as DJ, or simply by enjoying the life as friends”, he added.
All too early cry the death of a “genius left” and transmit their condolences to the family like with the close relations of the artist. “So sad… So tragic”, the queen of pop Madonna commented on Instagram. “The world lost an incredibly talented musician”.
It is the general reaction which appears on the social networks, a few minutes after the announcement of the death of the Swedish DJ Avicii.
Something really horrible happened. We lost a friend with such a beautiful heart and the world lost an incredibly talented musician. Thank you for your beautiful melodies, the time we shared in the studio, playing together as djs or just enjoying life as friends.
RIP @Avicii pic.twitter.com/IGiTYetJcq
— David Guetta (@davidguetta) April 20, 2018