What These Music Artists Said About Life Shortly Before They Died
Life is a blessing from God which allows people to achieve their dreams. The career of musicians is full of struggle and they spent their whole career making new albums. Sometimes, they produce such a music that fans go crazy over them. But life can be too cruel sometime as it took many musicians from the earth too soon. Surprisingly, many musicians who died before 30, left some heart touching lyrics and quotes. By reading the quotes, it is hard to differentiate whether they already predicted the fate or it was mare an accident. The quotes put a strange reaction to the death of those musicians.
Jimi Hendrix who died at the age of 27 was one of the best guitarists music industry ever had. The electric guitar skills Jimi were astonishing and nothing can match their quality. Other than his guitar skills, Hendrix was also known for his rhythmic voice. He himself wasn’t the fan of his voice but despite that, his voice was loved all over the world. Unfortunately, the life of Jimi was cut short due to barbiturate overdose and he died on September 18, 1970. No one knows why he took barbiturate in high quantity.
“I badly need help”, these were the last words of Jimi written on a Chas Chandler’s answering machine.
Kurt Cobain, the frontman of the American band Nirvana, suicide on April 5, 1994. Many assumptions were made after Cobain took his own life in his Seattle house. When the investigation was made at his place, skeptics found the heroin in pretty large amount. He was only 27 when he committed suicide. His last words were, “You only become happy when you die. I have no fear of death and the only hope I have is to become someone else”.
The voice of Cobain had no match as he had a lot of potentials. The natural and pure voice of Kurt had the capability so fresh anyone’s mind.
The death of Avicii is the most recent death in this compilation. He toured a lot around the globe and that’s what made him ill. The Swedish DJ was hospitalized when he was on a tour due to alcohol and anxiety issues.
His most popular songs include “Levels”, “The Nights”, and “Hey Brother”. He was admitted to the hospital at the age of 21 due to alcoholism. While speaking in a documentary back in October 2017, he said that “he knows he is going to die soon and he does not want to do another gig just to entertain”. He committed suicide at the age of 28 in Muscat, Oman.
The lead singer of the band Doors, Jim Morrison was found dead in 1971 in the bathtub of his apartment in Paris. He was 27 at that time and later it was reported that he died due to heart failure. There are some theories for his death as people say that he died due to the drug overdose. But according to his family, he died due to heart failure. The singer was famous for his rude behavior and hard drinking. Once he said that “Death makes all of us angels and then we have wings on our shoulders”.
Back in September 1996, Tupac Shakur was gunned down at the age of 25. He was sitting in a seat of Suge Knight’s vehicle when he was gunned down. According to many theorists, he is still alive today.
There were many legal troubles in his life and he was also sent behind bars once. He was the first artist to reach number one in Billboards chart while in prison. He once said. “The greatest loss in life is not death but when a person dies from inside and still pretends to be alive”.
Amy Winehouse was the 5-time German award winner but most of her life she battled with depression. She chose her career in her childhood and was rebellious by nature. When she was 19, she released her first album “Frank” and after that she became famous. She had a unique style as she had tattoos on her body. Some people were a fan of her style but some criticised it heavily.
She once said that “Life is too short and anything could happen in it. So there is no use in sitting thinking about all the but’s and if’s”. Back in 2011, she died due to alcohol poisoning at the age of 27.
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