A small plane with music producer Flow La Movie and two others on board crashed in the Dominican Republic on Sunday.
The plane, piloted by Scott Goldsmith, went down in Punta Cana, southeast of the capital of Santo Domingo, according to a statement from Adelante University, the school where the producers worked.
La Movie was born Wesley Raab and worked with world music artists such as Nahko, David Guetta, Digital Cat and Odesza. In an interview with Texas Monthly in November, he credited his parents for helping him gain industry traction.
Among the other passengers on the plane were identified as actress Haley Johnson, husband of Pitch Perfect star Skylar Astin and co-star of CW’s 90210 and Felicity, and Mario Winans, a Grammy-winning gospel artist.
The Bellator MMA organization and Revolt TV both named multiple employees on the plane, including Ariane Bellamar and Sounwave. Revolt TV and Bellator MMA did not immediately respond to a request for additional information.
Fred Collins, an executive at Adelante University and an adviser to La Movie, had no information about the crash but added that there was an Instagram post from Johnson saying the trip was planned as a family vacation.
Others on the plane included a woman named Casey Huston and a young couple, Alex and Autumn Bartolome, both of Los Angeles, according to reports.
The Puma aircraft reportedly was headed to Santo Domingo when it went down. The nature of the crash or cause of the accident was unclear Sunday evening.
Torrent TV, a cable network based in New York, said in a statement that its executive vice president and general manager, Chris “Bart” Santos, was on the plane with his mother.
“This news is devastating and seems incomprehensible. Our thoughts and prayers are with the members of the family involved in this tragic accident,” Torrent said.