Tim Bergling was pronounced dead in Muscat, Oman on April 28th. The passionate and soulful disc jockey artist was at the forefront of the electro dance music scene taking over the world by storm. This poor soul went away too fast at a tender age of 28.
Initially known by the name Tim Bergling, the Swedish DJ turned producer died of an apparent suicide. The Bergling family had issued a statement saying; he was struggling to find peace, happiness and the meaning of life, but could no longer hold it.
His career launched with rocketing him into the top of the charts with the release of his first and catchy song, levels. This song went on to demolish the music billboard and continue to be featured by many other prominent DJs and shows.
In the next few years at the peak of his career, he was flooded with fame and support showered by his fans and moreover was one of the most demanded artists to collaborate at the time. Avicii had worked with some of the biggest names in the industry, Madonna, MajorLazer, Coldplay, Daft Punk and much more. All of his collaborations were met with high expectations which he met with beyond expectations.
His tours were packed and expanded worldwide. He was listed as the third highest paid DJ by Forbes magazine earning revenue of around 28 million dollars a year.
Despite all of his glory and success, this music prodigy had a difficult time adapting to how his life was going and how things were changing from his original plan. His music had attracted millions of fans. It was at this peak of his career in 2016 when he decided to stop touring which broke the hearts of millions. He promised he would not stop making music and continue to produce great music through his studio where he was more comfortable and at home.
In a recent statement released to the press by his family stated that Tim due to the love of his profession could not handle it being slowly turned into a business and was of a more spotlight-shy guy who just wanted to make good music and make his audience disappear in the euphoria of his music.