The "Wake Me Up" artist died last week at 28 years old.
Calvin Harris, Dua Lipa, Eric Prydz, were among those grieving the Swedish electronic dance music master.
The Grammy-nominated musician, known for hits like "Sunshine" and "Wake Me Up," had been plagued by health problems and retired from music in 2016.
Avicii is leaving his tour bus behind so he can live like a "real person."
An intimate look at Kygo, who was the fastest artist to hit 1 billion streams on Spotify.
As a guest of the Fédération Équestre Internationale (FEI) at the prestigious Longines FEI World Cup Jumping Final and Reem Acra FEI World Cup Dressage Final, I was invited to interview a DJ superstar, the "other" king of the turf.
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"As musicians, we are constantly just writing music every day in the studio. Then once in a while we get an itch to put out a body of work. For me the itch came back after I ran for President of Haiti and went through the fire and came back home."
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Bickram Ghosh: When the three of us sat together we realized that there was a palpable chemistry and we were even able to create the song "Jal De" in record time which then was used to create a reference mood by Mr. Malik when he started shooting.
The highlight of this month's workout music round-up is the balance it strikes between perennial favorites and relative newcomers. By veering between the two, the mix manages to send both familiar and fresh at the same time.
Electronic dance music performer Avicii may be the artist who most frequently inspires people to say, "OMG I love this song, who is it?!" according to new data released Wednesday by Shazam.