Avicii: we remember the brilliant DJ with a playlist essential

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From the bombshell that was his theme ‘Levels‘, launched in 2011, passing for ‘Hey Brother’ or ‘Wake Me Up’ in 2013, to reach ‘Lonely Together’ next to Rita Ora, performed this past weekend by the artist in the concert of solidarity ‘One World: Together At Home’ because of its potent psychological burden; or ‘Without You‘, the discography of Avicii is one of the most played of the last few years, not only in the field of electronic music.

Tim Berglingborn in Stockholm, he began his successful musical career with 18 yearswith dozens of musical productions and hundreds of shows all over the world. In 2016, Avicii announced that left the scenarios for several health problems. And in 2018, 20 April, put an end to years of suffering that did not exceed.



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But Avicii and his music will always be eternal. At the end of 2019, artists such as Rita Ora, David Guetta, Kygo teamed up to pay homage to the great DJ and producer in a a benefit concert.

And before, in the summer of last year, went on sale ‘TIM’, the album posthumous the Swedish DJ, the fruit of the work of the duo of producers Vargas & Lagola as friends of the artist, to to keep her legacy alive.

? So it sounds ‘Tough Love’ , the new single posthumous of Avicii

An album that contains 12 issuesamong them the collaborations of Imagine Dragons, Chris Martin of Coldplay and Joe Janiak. Before his death, Avicii I have already completed several of these twelve tracks, including the theme ‘Heaven‘, with the vocalist of Coldplay.

PLAYLIST: 12 SONGS OF AVICII ESSENTIAL

The energy and the depth of Avicii, is present in every one of his productions. From Europe FM and Levántate y Cárdenas, we want to perform a special tribute to the DJ in the best possible way, through his music, that will accompany us for generations. These are just a 12 of the best songs the musical career of Tim Bergling.

What is your favorite? What has marked you the most?

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