ATLANTA, GA (WGCL/WMC) - A Memphis music producer was shot and killed in Atlanta on Saturday night.
Ferrell Miles, also known as Ensayne Wayne, was found shot in the chest, according to a spokesperson with the Atlanta Police Department. He was taken to the hospital in critical condition where he later died.
Police say witnesses told them Miles was involved in a heated argument with another man, which escalated into gunfire. After the shooting, the other man fled from the scene in a black sedan, according to authorities.
Police say Miles was found with a shotgun, which was removed before emergency crews attempted to save his life.
He was the brother of rapper Drumma Boy, who took to Instagram to share the news.
Ensayne Wayne is a multi-platinum producer who went to Hamilton High School in Memphis.
Ensayne had produced for artists like Three 6 Mafia, 8Ball & MJG, Jeezy, Future, Young Buck, Xzibit and more, according to HipHop-N-More.com.