“We all reach to a point in our life and careers where we understand what matters the most to us.
For me its creating music.that is what i live for, what i feel i was born to do.”
These are the words of Tim burgling A.K.A Avicii who left us yesterday. The news broke late night on Friday 20th April 2018 while he was visiting some friends in muscat,Oman. The international music fraternity and his fans are mourning the day for him.
Tim was a Swedish D.J. and electronic dance music producer and one of the persons who raised EDM music to the heights. He had been dealing with health issues like acute pancreatitis and had his gallbladder and appendix removed in 2014.
The EDM GOD rose to glory in 2011 with his hit songs like levels and wake me up. He was nominated for two Grammy Awards for best dance recording, in 2012 and 2013, and his most well-known song, “Wake Me Up,” reached the No. 4 spot on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart.
He has worked with stars like Madonna and Coldplay and became one of the highest paid D.J.s. In 2015, Forbes ranked him as the world’s sixth-highest- paid D.J., estimating his annual earnings at $19 million.
After his retirement, Avicii reassured his fans that he would continue to record music in the studio, which was “the place where it all made sense,” he said in a statement posted to his website. Making music, he wrote, was “what I feel I was born to do.”
You have showcased the world of electronic music to us in a way that no one could ever will .The world has lost the brightest star of international music and will always feel the loss of such talented soul.
“It’s the beginning of something new”
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