An up-and-coming rapper was killed in a shooting late Friday at a studio in northwest Atlanta.
Authorities say Trentavious White, 28, known as "Bankroll Fresh" died from his injuries suffered at Street Execs Studio on Defoor Place. The shooting happened late Friday night and dozens of shell casings were discovered at the scene.
Bankroll Fresh is known for his hit "Hot Boy." He also worked at Street Execs alongside popular rapper and College Park native 2 Chainz.
Police told Fox 5 there is no motive or suspect information at this time.
Police investigated a homicide outside Street Execs Studio early Saturday morning in Atlanta, 11 Alive reported. A rap artist in his 20s was shot and died while in transit to the hospital, they said. The man is believed to have been rapper Bankroll Fresh. At 2:00 a.m. EST, the man’s name and information regarding suspects or a motive had not been released, and police were awaiting a search warrant. More than 50 shell casings were reportedly found outside the studio, which 2 Chainz is a part owner of.
Early Saturday, artists and fans paid tribute to Fresh:
Man I'm a fan of Bru and always will be , I'm in shock at the moment !! Senseless deaths we just got to stop it , I'm speaking up now 🙏🏿— Tity Boi (2 Chainz) (@2chainz) March 5, 2016
rip Fresh, feel like I lost a brother, fr...— Mike Will Made-It (@MikeWiLLMadeIt) March 5, 2016
damn hearing bankroll fresh died... he rocked FG day off in ATL then drove up to NYC the next day just to play again, such a positive dude— N*I*C*K (@catchdini) March 5, 2016