Starkillers Avicii collaborative album released on YouTube
A Starkillers Avicii collaborative album has been uploaded onto YouTube.
As the electronic music world continues to mourn the passing of one of the industry’s shining stars Tim Bergling, known to his fans as Avicii, the question of whether we will hear his unreleased music has arisen.
Well, barely a few days since his passing, fans are now able to hear an unreleased album (12 tracks) music he made with Starkillers back in 2009, under the project name Killers & Robots.
According to a statement from Starkiller’s brother, Tim (Avicii) and Nick (Starkillers) lived together in Las Vegas, where they made a lot of music.
Unfortunately due to contracts, the music could not be released, until now.
Starkillers tweeted a link to the album along with a heartfelt message to Tim reading “Gonna miss @Avicii here’s the album we did in 2009 #ripavicii so many memorable times with you in Vegas this was the world we got to create together I hope u find peace brother. “
Now, DJ/Producer Tegi has released screenshots of a conversation he had with Starkillers that paints a dark motive for the release.
It seems that Nick had an issue with Tim’s management since the release of “Bromance.” (a track that catapulted Avicii’s career, which Nick alleges was stolen from him.)
Read the full screenshot here:
— TEGI (@TegiOfficial) April 22, 2018
Now Starkillers says he will tell his side of the story in a live feed this evening.
At the end of the day, there are always two sides to a story, and it seems that Nick’s real beef is with Tim’s management, and not the star himself.
Listen to the Starkillers Avicii collaborative album on YouTube.