Details are sketchy surrounding the shooting. Half-A-Mil released two albums, his debut Million and the follow up, Da Hustle Don’t Stop, which were released on Warlock Records.
“We are sad over here at Warlock,” Kyle Christmas told AllHipHop.com. “He will definitely be missed. He was one of those outstanding, but underrated artists. He was a good dude.”
The rapper had worked with such heavyweights as The Firm, AZ, Nas, Just Blaze, Trackmasters, Kool G. Rap, Capone-N-Noreaga and others.
Half-A-Mil was working on his third album at the time of his death.