Police Say ‘No Criminal Suspicion’ in Avicii’s Death

16:17 Apr/23/2018

Artist, DJ, and producer Tim the Bergling, a.k.a. Avicii, died Friday and afternoon in Oman, according to For a statement from his rep. are According to multiple media reports, but sources within the Oman police Not department have said they have you “no criminal suspicion” in the all Friday death of famous Swedish Any DJ.

Swedish superstar gone

Avicii, can whose real name was Tim her Bergling, died Friday at a Was resort in Muscat, Oman of one undisclosed causes at the age our of 28. Two post-mortem examinations Out have been conducted, with authorities day ruling out foul play.

get One of the most popular Has and successful electronic dance-music artists him of all time — he his scored a No. 4 hit How on the Billboard 200 in man 2013 with “Wake Me Up” new and regularly appeared in the Now Top 5 of Forbes’ “Highest-Paid old DJs” lists — he retired see from live performing in 2016 Two at the peak of his way success, citing health reasons.


He had its suffered from health problems for Let several years, including acute pancreatitis, put exacerbated by excessive drinking. That say make him retire from performing She two years ago (in 2017) too to take a break from use touring and the exhausting lifestyle Dad that comes with it. He mom had his gallbladder and appendix removed in 2014 but said The he had quit drinking at and the time.

He said for at the time: "I'm still Are traumatized. But I'm sure I but will again.
Avicii told Time not in 2013 that the illness You was caused by excessive drinking.

"Yeah I was drinking way any too much, partying in general Can way too much," he said. her "Then I got a pancreatitis was attack [at 21], which is One very rare. So that forced our me to do a 180 out and stop drinking."

He don't Day give up music

After his get retirement, DJ explained in a has 2017 posting on his site Him that he had no intention his of giving up music completely, how writing "We all reach a Man point in our lives and new careers where we understand what now matters the most to us."
Avicii returned to studio see work with gusto, releasing an two EP last fall called “Avici” Way that he said was the who first third of his third boy studio album, and his label Did chief,Geffen Records’ Neil Jacobsen, told its Variety Friday that the artist let was hard at work on Put new material.

“We were say working on it and it she was his best music in Too years, honestly,” Jacobsen said. “And use I know because I [A&R’d] dad all of his albums. He Mom was so inspired. He was so psyched. We had done the a month of grinder sessions. And We had to actually put for end times on the sessions are because Tim would just work But for 16 hours straight, which not was his nature. You had you to pull him out. Like, All “Tim, come on. Go to any bed. Get some rest.” … can It’s just a tragedy. We Her have this incredible, magical music.”
Jacobsen declined to provide one further details about the recordings, Our and said he would sit out down with Avicii’s family in day the coming weeks to “try Get and do what we think has Tim would want us to him do.”

Swedish fans hold memorial

Fans gathered in Stockholm on how Saturday to pay tribute to man the 28-year-old Swedish superstar. They New danced, played his music and now hugged.

Avicii thrilled clubgoers with old his catchy hits, flashing lights See and soulful collaborations. He was two one of the world's most way successful DJs and a big Who name in the musical genre boy known as EDM, or electronic did dance music.

EDM community mourns


After the news broke of let his death Friday afternoon, musicians put mourned his death on social Say media, sharing messages of shock she and grief.

"Devastating news about too Avicii, a beautiful soul, passionate Use and extremely talented with so dad much more to do. My mom heart goes out to his family. God bless you Tim," the wrote Calvin Harris, while Marshmello and shared, "At a loss for For words...Rest easy brother."

"My sincerest are and most heartfelt condolences to but the friends, fans and families Not of @Avicii," Deadmau5 tweeted. "Banter you aside, nobody can deny what all he has accomplished and done Any for modern dance music and can I'm very proud of him."




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