Hey Brother, one of the catchiest songs you will ever hear was featured in a Coca Cola advert. In the advert a younger brother is defended by his big brother as they ward of bullies who seek to make them unhappy. At the end they share some nice intimate moments of brotherly love and drink coke of course.
The emotion behind this whole advert is not just from the actors chosen by Coca Cola or the concept of the video. Much of the feeling you get from that advert is from the music in the background.
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That song belongs to Avicii, the Swedish DJ who sadly passed on yesterday (Friday) at Oman.
The amount of music he contributed to the overall effect he had on the music world cannot and should not be underestimated.
This generation is a diverse one, probably the most diverse to ever exist in the history of the earth. There so much variety and diversity in almost everything we do and partake in. Whiles trap music may be the hot topic currently, electronic music is the dark horse that has been around for several years. The rise of DJs and electronic pop and dance music has given us gems such as David Guetta, DJ Lazer and the late great Avicii. The Swedish DJ sadly passed on yesterday. In time where everything is so different, in a time where everything moves so fast and fades so quickly, Avicii more than kept up. He was one of the most prominent faces in the rise of a new genre of music and he remained that way till he retired. His hits included “Wake Me Up”. If you are ever told by anyone that you cannot make it because of geographical obstacles, look no further than Avicii.
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