On Doodle’s 32nd birthday, Google honours Swedish DJ Tim Bergling aka Avicii.

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Tim Bergling Avicii’s Google Doodle: During his brief career, Avicii revolutionised the dance-pop landscape by mixing electronic music with a variety of music genres.

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Google’s doodle on Tuesday was dedicated to the 32nd birthday of Swedish superstar DJ, producer, songwriter, and humanitarian Tim Bergling, better known as Avicii. Avicii revolutionised the dance-pop scene during his brief career by mixing electronic music with a variety of musical types.
The video doodles are created by the artists Alyssa Winans, Olivia Wynesday and Sophie Diao, which have been placed on one of the iconic tracks of Avicii, “Wake Me Up.”
Tim, who was born in Stockholm in 1989, began mixing music in his bedroom when he was 16 years old. Under the name “Avicii,” they launched the dance song “Levels” in 2011, one of the first electronic music singles to reach the pop charts.
From 2011 through 2016, Burgling performed an estimated 220 Avicii sets worldwide, including a five-year residency in Ibiza and sold-out shows at the 16,000-person Ericsson Globe arena in Stockholm.
Burgling was among the first DJs and producers to share the spotlight formerly held for singers and instrumentalists, pushing sonic boundaries with songs like 2013’s bluegrass-house hybrid “Wake Me Up.”
Burgling also embarked on a US tour called “House for Hunger” in 2012, donating the earnings to fight global food shortages. Madonna joined them in concluding Miami’s Ultra Music Festival that year, where the two broke the festival’s live stream viewership record.
Burgling won nearly a dozen global music prizes in a few years, including the Swedish Grammy Awards for Best Innovator (2012) and Best Artist (2014), as well as the World Music Award for Best Electronic Dance Artist (2014).
In the United States, he has received multiple Grammy nominations and has won the American Music Award for Electronic Dance Music Artists (2013), the Billboard Music Award for Top Dance/Electronic Song (2014), and the MTV Music Award for Best Dance Music Video (2018). Won. )
Klas Bergling, Avicii’s father, spoke with Google about his son’s mental health. “The doodle is great; my family and I feel honoured, and Tim would have been really pleased and delighted in it.” This is a friendly and warm storey of a young man fulfilling his dream of becoming a DJ and at the same time we It is telling that despite fame and fortune our journey in life is not always easy,” he said.
It was announced in 2021 that Stockholm’s Ericsson Globe Arena would be renamed Avicii Arena.
The campaign is led by the Tim Bergling Foundation, a non-profit organisation formed by the Burgling family to celebrate Tim’s life and legacy, eliminate the stigma associated with suicide, and promote mental health awareness, particularly among children worldwide.