Avicii has been awarded two posthumous Swedish Grammys.
The late DJ and producer's posthumous album, 'TIM', was released in June 2019, and features collaborations with Imagine Dragons, Aloe Blacc, Coldplay’s Chris Martin, and Swedish duo Vargas & Lagola. The third studio-album from the artist, 'TIM' was completed after his death in April 2018, by various producers and artists, including Swedish songwriter and producer, Carl Falk.
Avicii's 'Wake Me Up' has been named as the highest charting dance track of the decade.
The track, released by the late producer in 2013 and featuring vocals from Aloe Blacc, sits at No. 13 in the 100-strong list from the official UK Singles Chart, which also includes four tracks from Calvin Harris.
Elsewhere in the list, David Guetta's collaborative effort with Sia from 2011, 'Titanium', appeared in the top 50, alongside Daft Punk, The Chainsmokers, and Major Lazer.
A new video game celebrating the life and work of the late Avicii has been released today.
The tribute concert version of Avicii's 'Fades Away' has been officially released.
The concert, produced by The Tim Bergling Foundation, took place last Thursday (5th) in Stockholm, and featured 19 of the original singers that featured on Avicii's biggest tracks, including Aloe Blacc, Rita Ora, Adam Lambert, Dan Tyminski and more. The vocalists were joined by a 30-piece band for the two-hour-long set.
Billboard has revealed the top charting dance/electronic albums and tracks of the decade.
Compiling 30 charts spanning the last 10 years, Billboard have named both the genre respective No. 1 album of the decade and No. 1 song.
Lady Gaga has landed the No. 1 album, with 'The Fame', with Daft Punk's 'Random Access Memories', David Guetta's 'Nothing But the Beat' and 'In Return', Odesza's 2014 album, making up the rest of the top five albums.
Stockholm's Friends Arena is to host a special one-off orchestral tribute concert to Avicii next month.
The event is being produced by the Tim Bergling Foundation, the charity set up by Avicii's father to raise money and awareness for mental health support. It will mark the first time that many of Avicii's songs have been performed live, as well as the first time that many of his collaborators and the vocalists that have appeared on his tracks will have gathered together in one place for such an event.
A new video game celebrating the life and work of Avicii has been given a release date.
A new video game celebrating the life and work of Avicii is to be launched across multiple gaming platforms this coming winter.
The game, called AVICII Invector, will see players heading off on an intergalactic journey, trying to hit notes as they race through various landscapes. It will come with solo and multiplayer options, and players will be given the choice of three difficulty levels.