Avicii: Remembering Five Biggest Hits On DJs Third Death Anniversary

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We commemorate Avicii’s third death anniversary by bringing you the five biggest hits of his DJing career.

Last April 20 marked the three years since the unfortunate death of Swedish DJ Tim Bergling, better known as Avicii; However, his musical legacy remains alive in the charts thanks to the continuous support of his loyal fans, who still listen to his greatest hits on digital platforms.



According to the American portal TMZ, it was on April 28, 2018, when Avicii made an attempt on his life by cutting his neck and wrists with a sharp piece of glass. The news of his unfortunate death caused great shock in the world of music because, at 28 years of age, the musician was enjoying international success.

Three years after his death, fans remember Avicii’s legacy.

Throughout his artistic career, the DJ was considered one of the greatest exponents of electronic music, in addition to his songs winning two MTV Awards, a Billboard Award, and even being nominated twice for the Grammy Awards.

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On the occasion of his third death anniversary, fans of DJ Avicii have wanted to remember him by listening to his music on digital platforms, that is why we present you five great hits that immortalized his legacy.

Wake me up.

Wake Me Up ‘ is undoubtedly the late DJ’s most popular song. This song was released in 2013 and is considered by many to be the first electronic song to have lyrics with an inspiring message for those who listen to it.

The Days.

‘ The Days ‘ is a song that was originally going to be part of their second studio album ‘ Stories ‘, but sadly it was discarded in the end. It is considered the favorite of many fans.


Levels are considered by many to be one of Avicii’s best songs.

Levels ‘, like ‘ Wake Me Up ‘, is one of the best-known songs, and it even got a nomination in the category for Best Dance Recording at the 2013 Grammy Awards.

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You make me.

‘ You Make Me ‘ is part of Avicii’s debut album, which is titled ‘ True ‘. It gained great popularity in the United Kingdom, mainly in Sweden, its native country.

Avicii released a song posthumously after his death, which was accompanied by an emotional music video on YouTube.
‘SOS ‘ is the first single from ‘ Tim ‘, the DJ’s posthumous album, and the official video, which is available on his YouTube channel, features emotional farewell messages from fans to Avicii.

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