Flow La Movie, Puerto Rican music producer, was one of nine individuals killed in a private plane crash in the Dominican Republic on Wednesday, Dec.15.

According to the aircraft’s manifest, the 36-year-old’s partner of seven years, Debbie Von Marie Jiménez Garcia, 31, and their 4-year-old son Jayden Hernandez were also killed.

Dominican Republic National Police confirmed to Fox News that six American citizens were among those killed.

The HI1050 aircraft type Gulfstream GIV SP was en route to Miami, according to Helidosa Aviation Group, the company operating the jet.

Helidosa Aviation identified the deceased relatives as Keilyan Hernandez, Yeilianys Jeishlimar Melendez Jimenez, and Jesiel Yabdiel Silva.

The two dead crew members were Luis Alberto Eljuri and Víctor Emilio Herrera, the company said.

The plane, which was carrying seven passengers and two crew members, went down while attempting to land shortly after taking off from El Higüero airport, according to the aircraft’s operating firm, Helidosa Aviation Group.

The reason for the flight’s cancellation was not immediately clear, although the pilots were attempting to land at Las Americas International Airport in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, according to the firm.

According to Helidosa Aviation, the music producer’s true name is José Ángel Hernández.

He produced songs for Latin artists such as Manuel Turizo, Don Omar, Natti Natasha, J Balvin, Myke Towers, Anuel AA.

He also was responsible for several hits, including “Te Boté,” featuring Bad Bunny, Nicky Jam, and Ozuna.

In 2018, the song topped Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs chart for 14 weeks following its release.

After his death, the public has shown compassion and a tribute to the 38-year-old producer, People reported.

“With immense sadness and pain, the Dominican and world artistic community lose a great producer,” singer-songwriter Ricardo Montaner wrote on Twitter.

J Balvin shared a photo of himself and Flow on Instagram, writing: “José Ángel THANK YOU FOR YOUR GOOD VIBES ALWAYS!! Rest in peace.”

“What a great pain dear God,” wrote fellow producer Raphy Pina. “A warrior, his family, and crew lost their lives on a flight! Condolences to all of his loved ones. Horrible event! RIP! How bad.”

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