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The world of music mourns the death of the Swedish DJ Avicii found dead this Friday, April 20 in Muscat, in the Sultanate of Oman. Two autopsies have been performed in recent days and the first elements have been unveiled by the police.
Two days ago, the world was bewildered by the death of Tim Berling, better known as Avicii. “He was found dead in Muscat, Oman, this Friday afternoon local time, April 20. The family is devastated and we ask everyone to respect their privacy during this difficult time. No further statements will be made. Said the agent of the 28-year-old DJ in a statement. Sad news that has caused a shock wave on the music scene. Touched by this announcement, David Guetta, Madonna, Rita Ora and many other stars have paid tribute to him on social networks. Aloe Blacc, who had collaborated with Avicii on his huge hit Wake me up, said his encounter with the DJ had changed his life, “He was incredibly talented and it hurts so much that he’s gone.” He wrote on his Twitter account.
After sorrow and sorrow comes the time for questions. According to the TMZ site, the musician’s brother is currently on the spot trying to understand the circumstances of his death. A long time away from the music industry for almost two years, particularly because of health problems, the 28-year-old was enjoying his holidays and had been seen a few days before he disappeared aboard a yatch. The hotel he was staying in had even posted photos on his Instagram account that Tim Berling posed to fans with a big smile. Clichés disturbing on which the artist seemed yet in shape.
Since the discovery of his lifeless body, two autopsies have been performed and a first report was made public by the police. “No criminal track” was retained, a police source told AFP. And these are the only elements that will be unveiled at the moment. The Oman police say they have “all the information about the death” of the Swedish DJ, but they will not broadcast it in order to respect the will of the family who “refuses to make them public for confidentiality reasons”.