Respected DJ and producer Jamie Roy has died suddenly, just weeks after announcing the “biggest track” of his life was set to be released.
The Scottish musician made his name in Glasgow’s nightlife scene before gaining a devoted following at venues across the world.
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His family confirmed he died on Tuesday, taking to social media on Wednesday to share a moving tribute.
“Jamie was a much loved and talented son, brother, nephew and uncle and loved by his many friends and colleagues both within the music industry and beyond that,” they said.
“We are all absolutely heartbroken.”
They gave no further details on how he died.
The 33-year-old was a regular performer in Ibiza, where he made a name for himself as one of the party island’s go-to DJs.
Earlier this month, Roy made an announcement that the “biggest track” of his life was about to be released with “one of the biggest producers on Earth”.
He shared his excitement about the upcoming release of Let It Sing after he put the track together during lockdown.
Social media has been flooded with tributes to the performer as friends, fans and colleagues share their heartbreak.
British dance music producer and DJ Paul Woolford remembered Roy as “one in eight billion”.
“There is nobody like the Jamie Roy,” he wrote on Twitter.
“Lit up any room he walked into. An incredible human. Hard to believe it’s true. Say it ain’t so.”
London record label Defected Records also paid its respects to the star.
“We are all devastated to hear about the passing of Jamie this morning,” it said.
“A great producer, DJ, and friend to so many within our industry.
“Our thoughts go out to his family and friends. Shine bright, Jamie.”
DJ Sam Divine sent her love to Roy’s family and “all the troops”.
“Words can’t describe the pain that I’ll never see you again,” she said.
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