Swedish DJ Avicii, who passed away last week, had repeatedly warned management that his hectic touring would kill him, a new documentary reveals. Avicii, whose real name was Tim Bergling, was found dead in the city of Muscat, Oman, on Friday, aged just 28. In the recent documentary Avicii: True Stories, the young musician himself says he is ‘going to die’ if he does not stop performing. Struggles: In Avicii: True Stories, the DJ himself can be heard saying he is ‘going to die’ if he does not stop performing, and that he has told his management this ‘so many times’ The documentary was released in October last year, and is available on Netflix in several countries, including Germany and Scandinavia, however not in the UK or US. Swedish documentary maker Levan Tsikurishvili, a long-time friend of Avicii, filmed the artist for four years, chronicling his explosive rise – and rise – to fame. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next Avicii songs ring out across Dutch city as church… Avicii takes over Spotify charts with nine tracks in the top… Avicii’s family thank his fans for their ‘loving words’ as… Share this article Share Poignantly, the documentary also follows Avicii during… Read full this story
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