Nile Rodgers Reveals He Recorded 10 Songs With Avicii Before His Death [Details]

An album’s value of unreleased tracks had been recorded by the late Tim Bergling, higher generally known as Avicii, and Nile Rodgers earlier than Avicii’s sudden demise in April 2018.

After working collectively on the 2013 hit track “Lay Me Down,” they fashioned a long-lasting friendship and commenced to carry quite a few recording periods collectively. Rodgers claims to have made a minimum of ten data with Avicii shortly earlier than his passing, in keeping with The Sun publication.  

“We laughed on a regular basis,” Rodgers mentioned within the column. “I used to say, ‘You put Tim and I in a room and we are able to do all the Top 20 in, like, two or three weeks.’”

The 66-year-old legend Rodgers is the chart making producer behind the well-known data “Like A Virgin” by Madonna, “Get Lucky” by Daft Punk and “Let’s Dance” by David Bowie.

The information of Avicii’s ten unreleased tracks surfaced after the current launch of Rodgers new album together with his band Chic, 26 years after the group’s final launched report.

Avicii was solely 28 years outdated when he handed on April 20 this after battling bodily and psychological well being points, shaking the music trade to its core. And as a result of sensitivity behind his demise, Rodgers is not sure of what’s going to come of the unreleased tracks produced by the pair.

Rodgers mentioned he’s not too long ago been contacted concerning the launch of the tracks, referring to them as  “extraordinary,” stating his good buddy Avicii was “blown away, as was I.”

“But, due to what I do know, which I cannot discuss,” acknowledged Rodgers, “I wish to make it possible for no matter work I do can be to the advantage of the individuals Tim would need that mission to learn.”

Rodgers and Bergling first met solely a yr earlier than their hit launch in 2013, and the 2 grew to know one another fairly intimately. Rodgers spoke of his concern with Berglings consuming habits and referred to him as a “ little brother,” in an interview with Variety after his passing. 

You can reminisce by listening to “Lay Me Down” from Avicii and Nile Rodgers under.


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