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Avicii

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Cleverly using dance music blogs as the platform to launch his career, Tim Bergling, aka Avicii, has since become one of the most prominent producers on the burgeoning Swedish house scene. Born in Stockholm in 1989, Bergling only started making music at the age of 18, writing and remixing tracks in his bedroom and then leaking them onto various blogs. Influenced by Daft Punk and Steve Angello, his melodic house sound gained a huge following, and led to support from Tiësto, who invited him to perform a weekly residency at Privilege in Ibiza, and Pete Tong, who released first single "Manman" through his Bedroom Bedlam label. After he remixed tracks for Little Boots, Robyn, and Dizzee Rascal, Bergling's first mainstream release, the Ministry of Sound instrumental "Seek Bromance," became a huge hit across Europe and later in the U.K., thanks to a vocal version featuring Amanda Wilson. In 2012 he released the song "2 Million" after reaching that number of followers on Facebook, while his single "Levels" and its accompanying video were nominated at that year's MTV Video Music Awards. Toward the end of 2012 he released his highly anticipated collaborative single with Nicky Romero. "I Could Be the One" was a smash hit and was featured heavily on reality TV shows and radio play across Europe. In 2013, Avicii teamed up with Ericsson and created the first "crowdsourced" track, which enabled the producer to connect to fans and promote his brand. The single "3 Million" was released to celebrate the three-millionth fan on his Facebook page. "Levels" was nominated for the Best Dance Recording at the 2013 Grammys but lost out to Skrillex & Sirah's "Bangarang." Ahead of his debut album True, he released the single "Wake Me Up" in June 2013. Featuring Aloe Blacc, it reached the top of the U.K. charts and confidently showed off his new musical direction, which was a more traditional style of pop. A remixed version of the album, True: Avicii by Avicii, arrived in 2014 and featured club-aimed versions of the same tracks. A year later his album Stories continued to explore the mixing of EDM and pop, this time with guests like Zac Brown, Wyclef Jean, Matisyahu, and Martin Garrix in support. ~ Jon O'Brien
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Stations Featuring
Avicii

    Electronica

    Electronica
    7 songs

    Top Dance

    Top Dance
    5 songs

    Scratch DJ Academy Mixtape

    Scratch DJ Academy Mixtape
    1 song

    LGBT Pride

    LGBT Pride
    1 song

    Workout Songs

    4 songs

    Dubstep

    2 songs

    Techno

    1 song

    Lite Hits

    2 songs

    Trance & Progressive

    1 song

    Gay Anthems

    3 songs

Albums by
Avicii

Top Songs by
Avicii

  1.   Song
    Popularity
  2.   Wake Me Up
  3.   Levels
  4.   Hey Brother
  5.   Waiting for Love
  6.   Silhouettes
  7.   The Nights
  8.   You Make Me
  9.   Fade Into Darkness
  10.   I Could Be the One
  11.   Snus
  12.   My Feelings for You
  13.   Sweet Dreams
  14.   The Days
  15.   Gonna Love Ya
  16.   For a Better Day
  17.   Broken Arrows
  18.   Bom
  19.   X You
  20.   Pure Grinding
  21.   Feeling Good
  22.   Addicted to You
  23.   Shame On Me
  24.   Dear Boy
  25.   Talk to Myself
  26.   Lay Me Down
  27.   Can't Catch Me
  28.   Touch Me
  29.   Heart Upon My Sleeve
  30.   Snus by Sebastien Drums
  31.   Liar Liar
  32.   Fade Into Darkness
  33.   Street Dance
  34.   Street Dancer
  35.   Trouble
  36.   Sunset Jesus
  37.   City Lights
  38.   True Believer
  39.   Avicii Presents Strictly Miami-Disc 1 Bonus Mix
  40.   Hope There's Someone
  41.   Muja
  42.   Even by Sebastien Drums
  43.   UMF (Ultra Music Festival Anthem)
  44.   Last Dance
  45.   Jailbait
  46.   Malo
  47.   Naga
  48.   Avicii Presents Strictly Miami-Disc 2 Bonus Mix
  49.   Sound of Now
  50.   So Excited
  51.   Got That Feeling by Bad Boy Bill
  52.   Witch Doktor by Armand Van Helden
  53.   Cross the Line featuring Chris Lake
  54.   Oyster by Moguai
  55.   Somewhere in Stockholm
  56.   The Russian March featuring Bob Sinclar
  57.   Love Inside featuring Andy P.
  58.   Hey Hey by Dennis Ferrer
  59.   New New New featuring Bob Sinclar
  60.   Yesterday featuring Jose Nunez
  61.   Bromance by Tim Berg
  62.   Ten More Days

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