Avicii Receives Posthumous Billboard Music Awards Nominations

It is obvious that Avicii will remain forever in our hearts. Without any doubt, his music will live on. Proof of that is his constant award nominations. This week, Avicii received several posthumous nominations for the Billboard Music Awards, set to take place next month.

The Swedish producer who sadly passed away in April 2018 left some of the greatest tracks in EDM history. More than two years later, the producer is recognized in both Top Dance/Electronic Artist and Top Dance/Electronic Album categories. Although Avicii’s music was crème de la crème, there are other amazing nominees like The Chainsmokers, DJ Snake, Illenium, Marshmello, and more.

Avicii Billboard Awards

Let’s remember that Avicii’s posthumous album TIM saw the light in 2019. Besides, last year, the Swedish Grammis (also known as Grammisgalan) dedicated a tribute video for Avicii that moved everyone. In addition, TIM featured a number of originals and collaborations ‘SOS’ with Aloe Blacc, ‘Tough Love’ with Agnes, Vargas & Lagola, ‘Heaven’ with Chris Martin. Also emotional tracks like ‘Hold The Line’ with A R I Z O N A, or ‘Heart Upon My Sleeve’ with Imagine Dragons, and many more.

Avicii will be part of the 2020 Billboard Music Awards. Besides, we already know that Kelly Clarkson will host the show. Moreover, the ceremony will take place live at The Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles on Wednesday, October 14th at 8:00 PM ET on NBC.

You can discover the full list of nominations here.

Billboard Music Awards – Dance Categories

Top Dance/Electronic Artist

The Chainsmokers
DJ Snake

Top Dance/Electronic Album

Avicii “Tim”
The Chainsmokers “World War Joy”
Illenium “Ascend”
Marshmello “Marshmello: Fortnite Extended Set”
Alan Walker “Different World”

Top Dance/Electronic Song

Black Eyed Peas x J Balvin “Ritmo (Bad Boys For Life)”
Ellie Goulding x Diplo ft. Swae Lee “Close To Me”
Illenium & Jon Bellion “Good Things Fall Apart”
Kygo x Whitney Houston “Higher Love”
Marshmello ft. Chvrches “Here With Me”