All of Avicii's Collaborators: A-Z

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Avicii performs at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium on June 28, 2012 in San Francisco.

Swedish DJ and producer Avicii, real name Tim Bergling, tragically committed suicide on Friday, April 20, as confirmed by his publicist. Though he lived a short life that ended at 28, the DJ/producer left behind a vast body of work -- as illustrated by his sizable list of collaborators.

Singer-songwriters, fellow DJs and more, Avicii's sheer range and willingness to push boundaries put him in good company with fellow artists to create memorable music together.

Here is everyone Avicii has collaborated with, in alphabetical order based on first name of the collaborator. 

Adam Lambert

"Lay Me Down" was a team effort between Avicii, his manager Ash Pournouri, Nile Rodgers and Adam Lambert, the last of whom recorded vocals for the record. The music video featured above showcases the Swedish star on his True tour.



The producer's collaboration with AlunaGeorge, "What Would I Change It To", was released in 2017 as part of his Av?ci (01) EP. The song was recorded while Avicii was on break from touring.

B&B and Choir

This record with former ABBA members Björn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson dropped as a single in 2013. It was the anthem for the Eurovision Song Contest that year.

Billy Raffoul

"You Be Love" is an introspective dance banger between Avicii and Billy Raffoul. It appeared alongside the AlunaGeorge collab on Av?ci (01).

Conrad Sewell

"Taste the Feeling" was released as a digital download in March 2016. It was a promotional song for Coca-Cola and used as the soundtrack for the brand’s 2016 Rio de Janeiro Summer Olympics campaign.

Daniel Adams-Ray

Swedish rapper, singer and fashion designer Daniel Adams-Ray appeared with Avicii on “Somewhere in Stockholm,” released on his 2015 album Stories.

David Guetta

"Sunshine" is a collaboration between Avicii and David Guetta that was nominated for Best Dance Recording at the 2012 Grammys.

Earl St. Clair

Cleveland-born singer, songwriter and record producer Earl St. Clair worked alongside Kristoffer Fogelmark on the song “Pure Grinding,” released on Avicii’s 2015 album Stories.

Eric Turner

Avicii collaborated with Eric Turner on “Dancing in My Head” under his early moniker Tom Hangs. Many remixes exist of “Head,” including “Avicii’s Been Cursed” and “The Tom Hangs Remix.”

Gavin DeGraw

The New York-based singer and songwriter appeared with Avicii on “Sunset Jesus,” a record that landed on his 2015 album Stories.

Kate Ryan

Avicci and Kate Ryan teamed up for the mellow “Run Away.” It was released on Ryan’s 2012 LP Electroshock.

Lenny Kravitz

Avicii remixed the song “Superlove” from Kravitz’s 2011 album Black & White America. The results gave electronic heft to Kravitz’s production.

Leona Lewis

Avicii once again took the singer-songwriter route on "Collide" with British recording artist Leona Lewis. It was released on Lewis’ 2012 body of work Glassheart.


Avicii premiered his rendition of Madonna's song "Girls Gone Wild" at Ultra's flagship festival in Miami in 2012. When asked by The Post about working with Madonna, he said, "That was really cool for me because she’s such a musical icon, and it was just an honor."


Reggae rock vocalist Matisyahu teamed up with Wyclef John and Avicii on “Can’t Catch Me,” part of the Swedish artist's Stories album. 

Nicholas “RAS” Furlong

The Nevada-born singer, songwriter and record producer appeared with Avicii on “The Nights,” released on his 2015 album Stories. It went on to peak at No. 10 on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs. 

Nicky Romero

The two artists, known together as "Nicktim," fused their progressive house styles on "I Could Be the One," a firecracker of a record that served as a major boost in each of their careers. It is featured on Avicii's 2013 LP True. The collab climbed to No. 10 on Billboard's Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart. 

Noonie Bao


The Swedish singer, songwriter and record producer collaborated with Avicii on the song “City Lights,” released on his 2015 album Stories.

Norman Doray

Let's throw it back to "Tweet It" which found Avicii and Sebastien Drums partnering with Norman Doray. It appeared on the 2010 album Marco V pres. The Art Of.

Oliver Ingrosso

In 2011, Avicii, Oliver Ingrosso and Otto Knows came together on “iTrack.” 

Otto Knows

"Back Where I Belong," with Otto Knows, touched on Avicii’s then-recent retirement from touring due to his health issues. It was released in 2014.


"Break da Floor" is one of Avicii's earliest releases as an artist. He linked up with Ralph on the record and dropped it in 2009.

Rita Ora

"Lonely Together" was Avicii’s last-ever single, recorded with Rita Ora. It was released on the EP Av?ci (01) in 2017 and peaked at No. 11 on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs. 

Robbie Williams

The English singer, songwriter, actor and former member of Take That appeared with Avicii on "The Days,” released on his 2015 album Stories. The track soared to No. 78 on the Hot 100. 

Sandro Cavazza

“Without You,” a team-up with Sandro Cavazza, was released on the Av?ci (01) in 2017. It was nominated for the Swedish Grammys’ Song of the Year.


“Dar um Jeito (We Will Find a Way)” was a collaboration with legendary classic rock band Santana. The sports world showed it massive love as it became the FIFA World Cup anthem.

Sebastien Drums

2010’s “My Feelings for You” was a remix of French house band Cassius, who initially released the song in 1999.


Their 2011 collaboration, “Blessed” was helmed by Dutch dance vocal group Shermanology. The track was initially leaked before its release.

Simon Aldred

The English singer was uncredited for his vocal on the Avicii song “Waiting For Love,” released on his 2015 album Stories. It charted at #7 on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs.


"Insomnia" was originally released by the group Faithless, but went on to have a second life with many remixes, including by Avicii in 2015.

Sterling Fox

The Pennsylvania-born singer collaborated with Avicii on the song “Talk To Myself,” released on his 2015 album Stories.

Vargas & Lagola

"Friend of Mine" featured electronic backup by Avicii and vocals by Vargas & Lagola. It peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Wayne Hector

The UK producer and songwriter appeared with Avicii on the song “Trouble,” released on his 2015 album Stories.

Wyclef Jean

Avicii collaborated with Wyclef Jean on the song “Divine Sorrow.” It was released in 2014 and peaked at No. 42 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Zac Brown

The Atlanta-born country singer and leader of the Zac Brown Band collaborated with Avicii on the song “Broken Arrows,” released on his 2015 album Stories. The tune peaked at No. 10 on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs. 

Zak Abel

The English singer collaborated with Avicii on the song “Ten More Days,” released on his 2015 album Stories.


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