After examining the hotel where the famous Swedish DJ Avicii died, the police confirmed that no evidence of foul play has been found.
The Swedish star – real name Tim Bergling – was found dead in the capital Muscat, Oman in the afternoon of 20 /4 at the age of 28, with no further details given.
However, the police have yet to add any conclusions about the cause of Avicii’s death other than the possibility of being murdered.
According to TMZ, Avicii happily showed his friends on a yacht the day before he died. Before that, the famous Swedish DJ also happily took pictures with fans at a resort 15 minutes drive from his hotel.
On April 4, he also posted California weather photos on his personal page.
On April 21, DJ’s brother David Bergling landed in Muscat Hills with the hope to find out what happened to his little brother.
Avicii has had many health problems in the past few years due to the alcohol abuse.He had suffered acute pancreatitis, in part due to excessive drinking, and went on to have his gallbladder and appendix removed. Also, the star shocked fans in 2016 when he announced he would be retiring from touring for the sake of his well being.
Other famous DJs mourn his loss including: Martin Garrix, Zedd, Alan Walker, Calvin Harris.
Avicii is the pioneer of the electronic music movement and owns a series of hits such as: Wake Me Up, You Make Me, X You, Hey Brother, Addicted to You, The Days, The Nights and Waiting for Love.