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Music World Pays Tribute To Avicii, Following His Sudden Death At 28

21 April 2018

World famous musician and DJ Tim Berling, better known by his stage name Avicii, has died at the age of 28 in Oman's capital, Muscat, according to his publicist.

"The family is devastated and we ask everyone to please respect their need for privacy in this hard time", Baron said.

He's best known for his songs "Levels, "He Brother", and "Wake Me Up".

In 2016, Avicii stunned fans by retiring from touring when he was just 26, saying that he wanted to leave the high-flying electronic music lifestyle.

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Prime Minister Stefan Lofven said Avicii had been "one of Sweden's biggest musicians".

Having witnessed Avicii perform for enormo-crowds more than twice, the thing that always stood out about his splashy, concussive DJ sets were those mutant country songs.

"It's been a very insane journey".

The global dance community and wider population is waking to the news Swedish producer has died aged 28. "From that point, I started mentally not wanting to associate myself with EDM". Avicii's cause of death is still unknown but the DJ had a history of illness.

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Avicii is the subject of the 2017 Levan Tsikurishvil documentary Avicii: True Stories. I wish I could have lived up to them. In the break room, over a microwaveable entrée, she confesses to an especially judgmental female co-worker, "I think I hate my life". Even while sedated, the drone's compulsion to have a good time is infectious. I'm still collecting my thoughts and thank you for all your kind words and texts.

"I was drinking way too much, partying in general way too much", he said in a 2013 interview with Time magazine. He said, "Probably that I don't have an unlimited amount of time to explore everything I've ever wanted to do". You can read the full announcement from the publicist posted down below.

On Saturday I went there for dinner and he was there with his group of friends and I took my second photograph.

Maitrai added: 'He didn't give me any advice on my DJ career, but did say he liked my music. In 2014, "Wake Me Up" was the most Shazamed track ever with more than 19 million queries, meaning listeners were begging to know about the artist behind the forever dance-worthy tune.

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Music World Pays Tribute To Avicii, Following His Sudden Death At 28