Hip-hop artist Slim 400, 33 shot dead in Los Angeles


Slim 400, a 33-year old hip-hop artist was shot dead in Los Angeles, California. Law enforcement sources told TMZ that he was shot on Wednesday night, in Inglewood. There is no clear information about the shooting and the number of suspects involved.

Law enforcement said that patrol officers had heard gun shots fired. When they arrived at the scene of the shooting, they found a man, who was later identified as rapper Slim 400, with a gunshot wound. He was found in the driveway of a home. He was taken to the Harbor UCLA Medical Center. He was pronounced dead at the hospital.

Law enforcement sources say that it did not look like a targeted shooting. There was a possibility that Slim 400 was at a “wrong place” at the “wrong time.” He was shot at around 7.50 p.m. Law enforcement also said that there was an ongoing gang war between the bloods and the crips.

Earlier in 2019, Slim 400 had been shot nine times in Los Angeles. He said that he had been ambushed, while on a visit to family in Compton.

In 2018, he was in a public shouting match with Tekashi 69, a rapper, who is considered to be a snitch. In November 2018, TMZ had reported that the incident took place outside the Hyatt Regency, in Long Beach.

Vincent Cohran was born to military parents, while they were in Frankfurt, Germany. He moved back to the U.S. when he was a young child. He was raised in Compton. As a rapper he was known as Slim 400.

He recently released his new music video Caviar Gold, shortly before he was shot. Earlier he had been signed by PuShaz Ink, which is now a defunct label. He became popular when he dropped the album Foe Black, in 2015.

Slim 400 also collaborated with rapper YG. They came together for the single Bruism in 2016. He also collaborated with YG in “Word is Bond” and “City Mad.” He also collaborated with Las Vegas rapper Yowda in “State Line.”

In 2020, Slim 400 released “Shake Back.” It had guests such as Sada Baby and Young Dolph. In 2021, he dropped “Bompton” and “Ice Wata Army.”


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