DJ Robert Miles’ cause of death has been revealed in an official statement after news broke that the iconic producer had passed away aged 47.

The Swiss-born Italian DJ, real name Robert Concina, was best known for his smash hit dance anthem ‘Children’, which reached No.1 in 12 countries upon its release in the Nineties.
As the news of Miles’ death broke it was only stated that he had suffered from an “unknown illness”.Official statements confirm “Robert passed away peacefully last night after a courageous battle with stage 4 metastatic cancer over the last 9 months.
“Robert was more than just an artist, he was a pioneer, a creator, an inspiration, a son, a father, our friend,” a spokesperson said.
“Throughout it he was strong, determined, incredibly brave and did everything he could to fight this horrendous disease.”