Mourners gathered Thursday to honor Vincent Cohran, also known as Rapper Slim 400 who was gunned down in Inglewood Wednesday night.
Candles sat out front of a home, the number 400 spelled out to honor Cohren, a popular music artist who just last month took to social media with exciting news.
"Hey what up everyone it's your boy Slim 400, I just launched my website, launched my clothing line…"
Cohran, was shot in the 8600 block of Seventh Avenue near Manchester at 7:50 p.m. Wednesday. Cohran was found in the street near the driveway of a home, officials confirmed. He was rushed to the hospital but did not survive. No arrests have been made.
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Local radio stations paid tribute to the rapper, with Power 106 posting an interview with the rapper and Nick Cannon in which he described surviving a drive-by shooting.
"The guy was an angel, man, the guy was a giver," said Harry, a fan.
"Rest in peace man, another prolific artist we lost in the West."
Alan Hosea, the owner of My Uncle's Cleaners, near the shooting scene shared a video of Slim400 who he says had come in to have a button fixed on a pair of pants on Wednesday.
"My interaction with Mr. Slim was always a positive and uplifting, courteous experience."
John Cádiz Klemack contributed to this report.