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This year a touching video from the Swedish Grammys was released. Known as Grammisgalan. This happened in honor of AVICII. Father AVICII Klaus Bergling received an honorary award, and the video won the fans around the world.
Featuring Bergling's own music, first of all one of his most recognizable Levels hits, a three-minute, touching video shows his rise to world fame, as well as musicians such as Steve Aoki and Tiesto, who offer him their respect.
Tim Bergling died tragically in Muscat, Oman, in April…
Dutch maestros better known as Vicetone, easily became one of the favorite duos of DJs and producers of the electronic scene. Their vision of creating musical scenes with live performances is superior. And left a lot of positive in the hearts of fans around the world.
On stage in the famous nightclub of Boston, The Grand crowds of people gathered to get the enormous energy of Vicetone for themselves. Newcomer Ryan Nichols (one of the permanent DJs at The Grand) again easily tunes visitors to the positive. He…
Chris posted on Instagram a sincere request for people to do more. To help other people who are struggling with mental illness.
He shared an image of several male celebrities who committed suicide.
The faces of The Prodigy singer Keith Flint, actor and comedian Robin Williams, DJ and producer Avicii, Kurt Cobain from Nirvana, fashion designer Alexander McQueen and actor Vern Troyer.
- This is anxiety, depression, insecurity, a sense of unworthiness, a feeling of loneliness.
“We all need to…
After the death of Avicii, his parents were named recipients of his significant fortune.
According to the documents, since the deceased Swedish DJ and producer did not have a will at the time of his death (he was not married or the father of any children) - his parents had to inherit his financial condition.
Avicii, Tim Bergling, had about $ 25.5 million at the time of his death.
After their son died in April, his parents created a website so that fans could share their memories of the hit maker of…
The controversial film, which had a limited release in Scandinavia last year, goes a long way in demonstrating just how hard the star was pushed on tour in the years leading up to his death.
As part of the film, Avicii’s then manager Ash Pournouri acknowledges on camera that the DJ will “drop dead” as a result of his non-stop schedule of interviews and touring, a chilling sentiment given the events that followed.
“Tim is going to die," he says. "With all the interviews, radio tours and playing.…