Prince 'Worked 154 Hours Straight' Before Death

Prince reportedly worked for 154 hours straight without sleep in the days before he was found dead inside his Paisley Park estate.

Speaking after a private family service at the estate, the artist's brother-in-law Maurice Phillips reportedly claimed the singer worked for six days before his death.

Mr Phillips said: "He worked 154 hours straight. I was with him just last weekend. He was a good brother-in-law."

Prince was found collapsed in a lift at Paisley Park by staff members on Thursday.

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A makeshift memorial is seen as fans gather at Harlem's Apollo Theater to celebrate the life of deceased musician Prince in the Manhattan borough of New York, U.S.

He was last seen alive 12 hours earlier when he was dropped off at the estate. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death after authorities said they had "no reason to believe" Prince committed suicide.

Authorities added that there were "no obvious signs of trauma" on his body.

Unidentified employees pause for a moment as they monitor fans outside of Paisley Park U.S. music superstar Prince's estate in Chanhassen Minnesota

Employees at the Electric Fetus record shop in Minneapolis said the musician appeared to be "pale" and "weak" when he visited five days before his death.

Max Timander, who works at Electric Fetus, told the Press Association: "Everyone I've talked to on that Saturday said he looked kind of pale and he was not totally looking in the best shape as he normally is.

"It sounded like he was looking kind of weak. I know he had just got over the flu supposedly.

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"He was a huge supporter of the store. He bought six CDs, including a Joni Mitchell CD, a new Santana CD and a used Stevie Wonder CD.

"We sold out of everything we had by prince two hours after his death was announced."

The mayor of Chanhassan, the city which is home to Paisley Park, said a private funeral service will be held for Prince in early May.

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