Tributes have poured in for a DJ who tragically passed away on Wednesday morning (21 September.)
Scottish DJ Jamie Roy suddenly died just days after releasing his new track 'Let Us Sing.'
His family took to social media to share the heart-breaking news with his fans.
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The post read: "It is with much sadness that we share this message from Jamie Roy's family. Jamie passed away yesterday.
"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. We are all absolutely heartbroken."
Tributes to the beloved DJ have poured in on social media.
One fans wrote: "Devastating news he was one of the nicest and humbleness people in the industry the comments on his fb are amazing."
A second said: "This is absolutely shocking news. What a lovely man. You will be missed."
A third penned: "This is very sad, so sorry to hear this news, he was such a nice fella. Sending love to his friends & family."
While a fourth commented: "Heart breaking news. Jamie you were always so uplifting to everyone around you. Gone way too soon you will be missed by so many."
A fifth said: "Absolutely gutted, many everlasting memories with you, one of a kind."
The Scottish DJ from Dumfries was a well known musician in the house and techno scene.
He performed in Ibizia at well known venues such as Ibiza Rocks, Pacha, Ushuaïa Ibiza, Amnesia and DC-10.
Artists from the music scene have also paid tribute to the DJ.
DJ and producer Ewan McVicar, from Ayrshire, wrote: "Just heard about Jamie Roy. One of the good ones.
"Unmatched positive energy always and no hidden agenda, just a good guy. So, so sad.
"I am gutted rest in peace mate".
Newcastle DJ Patrick Topping added: "Gutted to hear of the passing of Jamie Roy, such a sound lad".
DJ duo CamelPhat posted online: "RIP Jamie Roy, one of the good guys in this crazy industry. Thoughts are with your family and friends.
"Will miss you."
London-based DJ and producer Zoe London wrote: "I’m so sad to hear about Jamie Roy passing this morning. I’d followed him for a while and loved how inspiring his life and career in this industry was.
"He came across as a truly genuine and lovely guy. I’m sorry for the loss."
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