An Avicii and Mike Posner Unreleased Track Surfaces

It’s been somewhat over 5 months since Avicii died. Artists are nonetheless always dedicating moments or total units to his honor, and his absence continues to be felt daily. More and extra information about unreleased music, or different tales and recollections resulting in his loss of life, appear to floor each single day.

Just a couple of weeks in the past, we came upon that an album’s price of unreleased tracks was recorded by the late producer and Nile Rodgers earlier than Avicii’s sudden loss of life in April of this yr. Now, there are extra rumors of unreleased Avicii music, however this time, it’s with Mike Posner.

The two producers are not any strangers to at least one one other, as they'd developed a detailed friendship all through the years. After his passing, Mike Posner paid tribute to his pal with a efficiency of “I Took A Pill In Ibiza at Coachella, with video footage of Avicii showing on the large display screen behind him. This time, the music is named “Change A Thang” and options the melody from “Forever Yours” (Avicii by Avicii).

After doing somewhat little bit of analysis, it seems that the web site that leaked the monitor/snippet has been down since September. The web site, Music Mafia, gained mainstream consideration final yr when it launched two Kanye West tracks on-line earlier than the album dropped. The Music Mafia web site has been stay since then, providing unreleased songs on the market with a bitcoin value connected to them.

Prior to final month, Music Mafia was promoting a whole bunch of unauthorized tracks from quite a lot of artists like Hardwell and David Guetta. While the positioning was stay, Music Mafia described itself because the place to get “songs from artists recorded years in the past” and “unique beats from the most important producers”.

The dependable nature of Music Mafia’s pirated leaks led to some hypothesis that the group could have been composed of business insiders. Another idea was that hackers plugged into main label servers have been behind the operation.

Whatever the case could also be, this music sounds completely incredible, and we hope it sees the sunshine of day.

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