After releasing their funky 2013 mega-hit, “Lay Me Down,” Tim Bergling (Avicii) and legendary producer, guitarist, and founding member of CHIC, Nile Rodgers stored in shut contact, in keeping with a latest assertion the latter made to The Sun.
Rodgers says the pair procured a whopping 10 tracks earlier than his youthful counterpart’s premature loss of life at 28 years outdated this handed April. The duo purportedly held a collection of covert recording periods, during which they created greater than an album’s price of content material. However, Rodgers says he’s cautious of releasing the key bundle with out taking the right precautions.
“I’ve simply been contacted about placing out my stuff, however I’ve bought to see how it’s as a result of I used to be very near Tim, and the music we didn’t put out was extraordinary,” says a reluctant Rodgers of a possible post-humous Avicii launch. “He was blown away, as was I, however, due to what I do know, which I can’t speak about, I need to ensure that no matter work I do could be to the good thing about the folks Tim would need that mission to profit.”
Rodgers has but to substantiate a launch date for the joint information, nor has he definitively said whether or not or not the tracks will ever see the sunshine of day in any respect. On behalf of Avicii followers throughout the globe, allow us to hope that day comes sooner somewhat than later.
Via: The Sun
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