Swedish electronic music DJ Avicii found dead
- Author: Salvatore Jensen Apr 21, 2018,
Apr 21, 2018, 20:45
Today, we take a closer look at his health history.
Avicii, real name Tim Bergling was a Grammy Award nominated artist who enjoyed a meteoric rise to fame since releasing his debut single in 20067. He was in the hospital for 11 days.
Avicii's tragic passing was confirmed by his publicist. "What's going on? You said that that was done, '" the legendary producer said. This time a Billboard music award nomination for top dance/electronic album. But the end of live never meant the end of Avicii or my music. A documentary about his life, "Avicii: True Stories", highlighted some of his struggles with fame after his 2011 hit song, "Levels", followed by "Wake Me Up" two years later.
On Saturday I went there for dinner and he was there with his group of friends and I took my second photograph. I was treated and left later that night. "I just don't think I'm going to go back to the touring life".
In the hospital, he learned that not only had his pancreatitis returned, but his appendix has burst.
"I didn't even stick around for his performance because it was breaking my heart", he admitted.
"In my darkest hour, I went to Sweden and he was there for me and we found light in great conversation and in music", Jean tweeted".
Comparatively, what Avicii did by blending the sacred and "profane" by sampling Etta James" 1962 hit "Something's Got A Hold On Me' and combining it synths that arced with the strength of stalagmites and the grace of angels was not profane.
"I'm more of an introverted person in general".
He later announced a return to the studio and released a new self-titled EP in 2017.
News of his death shocked the EDM community and fans, particularly in Europe, where he was a popular attraction at festivals and dance clubs. "The whole thing was about success for the sake of success".
"I needed to figure out my life", he said of his decision to give up touring. She shared some treasured photos of them spending some good time together and also a message to the late star's fans all around the world. To quote yet another ubiquitous musical icon in Drake, "they don't make an award for that".