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Swedish producer rips off unreleased Avicii music and fans are pissed!

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The days of pirated music and vaguely similar beats has long passed as everyone strives to develop their own sound. Avicii set a name for himself with bombastic and emotional tunes which many have paid homage to.

One musician has unfortunately taken unreleased music from the late Avicii and branded it as his own.

The thief goes by zzdroz and while he has a decent following on Spotify, I’m sure it will quickly fall. His recent track ‘A Million‘ is actually Avicii’s own song titled ‘I’ll be Gone‘.

He also uploaded the ‘Stay with You‘ melody and switched the vocals to his own. It was not long before this was noticed and Avicii fans came out of the woodworks to share their discontent.

I think we can all agree that he is getting what he deserves as dedicated Avicii fans rip into the thief on social media. Zzdoz did an awful thing that hopefully others will see as an example of what not to do.


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