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DJ Avicii's brother, David Bergling, jets to Muscat Oman in search of answers to brothers death amidst Tributes to the DJ

THE sibling of DJ Avicii, David Bergling, has purportedly gone to the Muscat, Oman for answers on the reason for his kin's demise.

TMZ reported that Mr Bergling registered with an upscale inn only 15 minutes from the extravagance Muscat Hills resort, where the DJ was remaining.

As indicated by reports in Sweden, Avicii checked out of Muscat Hills a week ago.

Mr Bergling will probably need examine his sibling's developments in his last days, however Oman police have expressed there was no criminal suspiscion in the DJ's demise.

This is coming as fans and friends troop in with tributes and sympathies.

Among them is his ex girlfriend, Emily Goldberg.

Ms Goldberg posted various photographs of her herself and the DJ on her Instagram, and in addition a disastrous message to her previous love.

Which reads;

"'Go ahead angel, don't abandon us. Pick me, and I'll demonstrate to you what love is.' Those are verses from a tune Tim composed for me. I wish I could have satisfied them," she inscribed the post. "For the two years we were as one, he was my nearest partner, and my closest companion. Presently I can't take a gander at Bear without knowing I'll never observe his face again."

She finished up the post with verses from the DJ's hit songs. Wake Me Up, expressing: "regardless i'm gathering my considerations and thank you for all your kind words and messages. Wake me up when it's all finished, in light of the fact that I don't need it to be genuine #ripavicii #avicii @avicii."

The stunning declaration was conveyed by his rep last Friday.

"It is with significant distress that we declare the loss of Tim Bergling, otherwise called Avicii," the announcement read. "He was discovered dead in Muscat, Oman, The family is crushed and we request that everybody please regard their requirement for protection in this troublesome time. No further articulations will be given."

On Saturday, many fans pressed Sergels Torg, a focal Stockholm square, to pay their tributes.

The unrehearsed assembling, webcast by supporter SVT and different outlets, opened with a moment's quiet.

A few people in the group moved and shaped hearts with their hands and different tunes by Bergling were played.

A few night clubs in Stockholm held a moment's hush at midnight in tribute to Bergling's music.

"We needed to respect Tim, for quite a long time he has given music to our move floors," Robert Hallstrand, who claims the Stockholm night spots Rose and Fou was cited as telling daily Aftonbladet.

Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven posted on Instagram: "He was one of Sweden's most noteworthy melodic ponders in present day times."

This comes as the memory of the 28-year-old is living on amid the second few days of Coachella Music Festival.

Hours after news broke, a huge number of music fans hit the Californian celebration grounds where entertainers paid tribute to him.

Kindred star DJ Kygo took to the primary stage on Friday night and finished his set with an enthusiastic tribute to Avicii.

Not long after hearing the overwhelming news, artists including kindred makers like Calvin Harris, Zedd, Tiësto, Deadmau5, DJ Snake and Marshmello and numerous artists, including Liam Payne and Charlie Puth, grieved the loss of the 28-year-old

Bergling's universal leap forward came in 2011 with the single Levels, which turned into a world hit. The performer went ahead to team up with Madonna, Coldplay, Wyclef Jean and Robbie Williams, among different specialists.

In spite of the fact that he quit visiting and performing live in 2016, Bergling had kept on recording music and work as a maker until his demise.

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