The Minneapolis DA’s office might reopen the case into the death of singer Prince and a decision might be taken in the near future.
The district attorney said they are looking into reports made during the initial investigation on the death of singer Prince and will make a a decision very soon.
The reopening of the case is based on a reevaluation of the results of the autopsy which, at the moment, are confidential. Only Prince’s family have access to the report but they can’t say anything right now.
A hearing of Prince’s family members will take place next week.
Prince died on April 21, 2016, at the age of 57, because of an accidental fentanyl overdose.
Prince Rogers Nelson, known world wide as Prince, was born on June 7, 1958. He was a singer, writer, actor and instrumentalist. Prince was known all over the world for his contribution to music but also for his unique vocal style. Prince was considered the pioneer of Minneapolis sound”. His music was a combination between Rock, R&B, Funk, hip hop, disco, psychedelia, jazz and pop.
The 1979 album that carries his name went on to become Platinum and the Purple Rain hit and movie, released in 1984, earned him world wide fame.
Prince was a prolific composer in the 80’s and he often wrote songs without singing his name on them but by using aliases.
Prince sold more than 100 million albums world wide and he won 8 Grammy Awards, one Golden Globe Award as well as an Oscar Award for his work.