Renowned DJ and producer Martin Garrix recently issued an apology to fellow producer Avalan after accusing him of stealing one of his unreleased IDs from a festival set. In a social media post, Garrix expressed his frustration with the unprofessional behavior of some artists who borrow from his catalog and techniques without permission. He emphasized the negative impact such actions have on release schedules and the music industry as a whole.
However, after connecting with Avalan and discussing the situation, Garrix realized that it was a pure coincidence and not intentional theft. In a follow-up post, Garrix shared a selfie with Avalan and publicly apologized for his initial accusation. The two artists demonstrated camaraderie and understanding, and Garrix even expressed the possibility of collaborating on a song together in the future.
While the issue with Avalan was resolved amicably, Garrix’s previous claim of another track being stolen remains unresolved.
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