Jamie Roy, a well-known Scottish DJ and producer, has died at the age of 33. He later established himself in Glasgow and performed throughout the world.
Roy's songs were frequently broadcast on BBC Radio 1, and his friends and colleagues from the industry referred to him as an "incredible human." Earlier this month, the DJ had announced that he would soon release "the largest track of his life," but unfortunately, he died before the song was released.
The family of Jamie Roy confirms his death.
The family's facebook page revealed that Jamie died on Tuesday, September 20, but the cause of his death has not been revealed. A report on Roy's funeral is still in the works.
Jamie Roy was a much loved and talented son, brother, nephew, and uncle, loved by his many friends and colleagues both in the music business and beyond. We are all profoundly sorry that we have shared this message from the family of Jamie Roy.
Producers Pay Tributes
Roy's industry and fans have been tweeting their condolences to the producer via social media. "There was nobody like him. One in eight billion people. Lit up every room he walked into." "It's hard to believe it's true."
Nathan Hall, a singer, tweeted, "Such a terrible loss. One of the nicest, most down to earth, and approachable people I have ever met." An incredible producer who will be missed by all of us in the music industry. RIP Jamie Roy "
Defected Records, a record label, paid tribute to the DJ, writing, "R.I.P. Jamie Roy." We are all devastated by news of Jamie's passing this morning. He was a wonderful producer, DJ, and friend to so many in our industry. Our prayers go out to his family and friends."
Ewan McVicar, a Scottish DJ and producer, also expressed his sorrow and said, "One of the best people, unmatched positive energy always, no hidden agenda just a good guy." I'm so sorry.
Jamie Roy Performing at Several Festivals in his Career
Following his appearance at Nic Fanciulli's Dance or Die events in Ushuaia, Roy became one of the most well-known DJs around the world. His albums include Trick and Repopulate Mars, Kaluki Music and Lost Audio, and Ultra and Toolroom.
Jamie Roy also had a successful career as a producer and produced a number of albums, including Repopulate Mars, Criminal Hype, Under No Illusion, and Kaluki. He also performed at a number of well-known events, including Pacha Ibiza, Snowbombing Festival, and Ministry of Sound.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family of the deceased DJ. May his soul rest in peace!