Avicii's Family Releases Statement Three Days After DJ's Death

Avicii's Family Releases Statement Three Days After DJ's Death

Kerry Wise
April 26, 2018

Following the sudden death of Swedish DJ and producer Avicii on Friday, two post-mortem examinations showed "no criminal suspicion", according to a police source with Oman's Royal Police.

Avicii - real name Tim Bergling - passed away on Friday while on holiday in Oman, with his management not revealing his cause of death.

The grieving family of Avicii has released a second statement in light of the popular Swedish DJ's death, thanking fans for their continued support and for celebrating his life.

Avicii's family have thanked his fans for their "loving words" after his death last week. "We are so grateful for everyone who loved Tim's music and have precious memories of his songs", the statement read.

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The devastation his friends, family and fellow musicians are experiencing is all too apparent through their various messages and photos and our thoughts are with all of his loved ones at this time. "Our wish is that it continues that way".

Tim Bergling, aka Avicii, was considered to be one of the most successful dance music artists of all time.

Avicii's hits include "Wake Me Up", "Hey Brother", "Levels", "I Could Be the One", "Without You", "My Feelings for You" and "Fade Into Darkness". It caused him to have his gallbladder and appendix removed four years ago.

Fellow British DJ Calvin Harris called his death "devastating news", adding on Twitter that Avicii was: "a lovely soul, passionate and extremely talented with so much more to do". The late star's health problems were so severe that he retired from touring in 2016 at age 26. 2013's Wake Me Up - a three-week chart-topper at the time - is now at Number 13. Just last week I was chatting with you and Shaun Duvet about working together, excited about being inspired by your recent visit in South Africa. Avicii definitely did seem to be in good spirits while enjoying his time and he was also very friendly with everyone. "He had promised me he would stop drinking, and when I saw him he was drunk that night", Nile explained.