Passed away at 28 “Avicii”

The Swedish DJ Avicii with his real name Tim Berling has died at age 28. His sudden death was confirmed by his publicist. “We are deeply saddened by the loss of Tim Berling, known by everyone as Avicii,” said Diana Baron, the artist’s public representative. “He was found dead in Muscat, Oman, on April 20. The family is destroyed and we ask everyone to respect intimacy in these difficult moments No other statements will be given ” The news of his death has surprised the entire musical world. He was only 28 years old. Dj was running on the “Billboard Music Awards”, the evening that will be held in a month. At these moments the cause of death was not declared, but two years ago in an interview with “The Hollywood Reporter” he had expressed that he had abandoned the tournament due to health problems. In January 2012 he was hospitalized in a New York hospital for 11 days due to an acute pancreatitis and in 2013 the problems reappeared. After canceling many concerts in 2014, he decided in March 2016 to give up concerts. In 2014, he was abandoned and appended. “Avicii” has started to realize remy at the age of 18 when he was in the bedroom. His career began in 2007 after collaborating with well-known names like John Dahlback and David Guetta. He first recognized his success at the age of 22 when his first “Levels” song came out in 2011 and was ranked first in 50 countries. Next came “Wake Me Up!”, “Hey Brother” and “Addicted to You”. In 2012 he was ranked third in the “Top 100 Djs” of the magazine “DJ Magazine” and in 2013 has twice been nominated for “Grammy Awards”. In 2017, he gave his fans a documentary about his life titled “True Stories”. He died in Muscat, the capital of the Arabian peninsula on the Arabian Sea, where he was on vacation in the Arabian Sea.



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