Fans pay tribute to Avicii on the two-year anniversary of his death
Avicii fans have paid tribute to the late musician on the two-year anniversary of his death.
The Swedish DJ and record producer - real name Tim Bergling - died on April 20, 2018 by suicide in Muscat, Oman, at the age of 28.
Fans have paid tribute to Avicii on Twitter, sharing messages about their favourite songs and quotes from the musician.
“2 years ago today, the world still misses you every day. Legends never die, We love you Tim. Forever in our hearts. Thanks for your music, #Avicii,” wrote one user.
Another shared two quotes from Avicii, writing: "When i die, i want to be remembered for the life i lived, not the money i Made"... "One day you'll leave this world behind So live a life you will remember.” [sic]
"When i die, i want to be remembered for the life i lived, not the money i Made"
"One day you'll leave this world behind So live a life you will remember."
- AVICII -
( 8 Sept 1989 - 20 April 2018 )
Miss you legend#avicii #timbergling #tribute #aviciitribute pic.twitter.com/7Ma2U3zOr9
— Hafiz 2804 #StayAtHome (@hfz_2804)
2 years ago today, the world still misses you every day.
Legends never die, We love you Tim. Forever in our hearts. ❤️✨🙏🏻
Thanks for your music, #Avicii . pic.twitter.com/8BNs7Ew2CQ
— IsmaelPvnk77✨ (@IsmaelPunk77YT)
2 years since we lost this legend . You revolutionized EDM and helped pave the way for producers today. RIP LEGEND ... AVICII 😔 pic.twitter.com/HEZockTleh
— Danny Tepayotl 足球激情☣️ 🔜DEFQON 1 🇱🇺❤️ (@Dannilihno)
It’s been 2 years since you left, still it feels like yesterday😭💔. Rest in peace, Tim. ◢ ◤ #Avicii #AviciiForever pic.twitter.com/81RTwjYNFp
— Aditya Kurane (@NARCOSPBSTAN2)
Legends never die, we love you Tim. Forever in our hearts ◢ ◤ ❤️#Avicii pic.twitter.com/bKVN0WPDb8
— Andrea (@Andre_Inter4)
We lost Avicii two years ago today.
April 20, 2018 changed the course of dance music and reading this will never seem real. It can’t be said enough times that we wish he was still here every day.
Rest in peace, Tim Bergling.
— Dancing Astronaut (@dancingastro)
Avicii rose to prominence with his 2011 single Levels and his 2013 debut album True, which reached number two in the UK Albums chart.
He collaborated with prominent vocalists such as Coldplay’s Chris Martin, Robbie Williams and Rita Ora throughout his career.
A funeral was held for Bergling in his home city of Stockholm in June 2018.
A posthumous album named Tim, which Bergling had been working on before his death, was released in 2019, with proceeds going towards the Tim Bergling Foundation for mental health awareness.