Rapper Slim 400 was shot and died in Inglewood on Wednesday night.
The incident occurred at 7:50 p.m. Thursday on the 8600 block of 7th Avenue in Inglewood, according to the city’s police department.
After hearing gunshots, officers patrolling the neighbourhood discovered an injured musician on the ground.
The L.A. County Fire Department carried Slim 400 to Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, where he was declared dead, after paramedics treated him on the scene.
As part of their ongoing investigation, Inglewood police are gathering evidence and interviewing witnesses.
Slim 400 was 34 years old when he breathed his last.
The rapper, who was born in Germany and reared in Compton, was most known for his collaborations with YG and Redrum 187 on “Goapele” and “Piru,” respectively.
“Caviar Gold,” a love poem to cannabis, was released just hours before the shooting by Slim 400, who promoted it on Instagram to his 247,000 subscribers.
Slim 400’s true name is Vincent Cohran, according to the police.
Back in 2019, Slim 400 was shot 9 times in Compton. According to the rapper then, he was accosted while visiting his family by unknown gunman who opened fire indiscriminately.
After surgery, he was able to make a full recovery.
When it comes to gangster rappers, Slim 400 was a “ambassador for the legacy of a tradition, lineage, and history — who crafted an abundance of hard-as-hell rap songs with serious gravity and raw intensity.”
A photo of Slim 400’s daughter, Parris, can be found on his Instagram page.
For the first time since Young Dolph’s death earlier that month, he dedicated a song to him. “Shake Back” was a joint effort by Slim 400 and Young Dolph.
When Pu$haz Ink found Slim 400 in 2013, he released his first single, “Turn Up,” which featured YG and Kidoe. ‘Ice Wata Army’ was released in August, his newest album.