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  /  12.16.2021

Music producer Flow La Movie, who worked with Latin artists Bad Bunny and Ozuna, was killed in a plane crash on Wednesday (Dec. 15). He was one of nine people to die in the fatal wreck.

According to multiple news outlets, Flow La Movie and eight others were on a small plane that had taken off from the Dominican Republic to Orlando, Florida when the pilot attempted to make an emergency landing 15 minutes later at the Las Americas International Airport and crashed, killing all who were aboard. Per the Helidosa Aviation group, those individuals included his longtime partner Debbie Von Marie Jiménez Garciam; their four-year-old son Jayden Hernandez; relatives Keilyan Hernandez, Yeilianys Jeishlimar Melendez Jimenez and Jesiel Yabdiel Silva; and crew members Luis Alberto Eljuri and Víctor Emilio Herrera.

“For Helidosa, this accident causes us great pain and sorrow,” the aviation group said in a statement. “We stand in solidarity with the affected families that, along with us, are going through a difficult time.”

“We ask that you join us with prudence and solidarity to support the families affected as we go through this difficult moment” the statement continued. “We ask our almighty God to give the strength to the family members of its passengers and pilots in the plane, and that God may take them in heaven and that their souls find peace.”

Flow La Movie, born José Ángel Hernández, was the beatmaker for quite a few Urban Latin songs, including Bad Bunny and Ozuna’s “Te Boté (I Threw You Away),” which topped the Billboard‘s Hot Latin Songs for 14 weeks since it dropped in 2018. He also had his own record label under which he signed Latin artists Nio Garcia, Casper Magico, D.OZi and Xound.

An investigation is underway to determine the cause of the wreck and the pilot’s reason for aborting the flight.




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