Puerto Rican music producer Jose Angel Hernandez, known as Flow La Movie and responsible for the success of “Te boté”, died with his wife. In a plane crash This Wednesday on the runway of Los Americas International Airport, In the capital of the Dominican Republic.
The plane, which took off from La Isabella Airport in Santo Domingo, was carrying six passengers, all of them U.S. citizens and three crew members, two of them Dominican and one Venezuelan., According to the airline manifesto, he had access to Efe.
“Helitosa Aviation Group regrets the tragic accident caused by one of its planes (…) this Wednesday, in which all the crew and passengers died tragically,” the airline said in a statement.
The dead included four relatives (including two children), besides Debbie Jimenes, producer Puerto Rican’s partner and three crew members of the private jet.
According to the document, the plane was sent to Orlando, Florida (USA), but as soon as it took off he was forced to try to make an emergency landing at Los Americas Airport.
Helitosa, the private airline that owned the damaged plane, reported the incident in a brief statement, as well as keeping the number of people on board at nine, although it noted that there were seven passengers and two crew.
Similarly, he vowed to work “actively” to obtain additional information about the incident and to co-operate with rescue bodies.
At present, the cause of the crash is unknown.
Flow La Movie, 38, was the music producer of several Recatton hits I threw you out Performed by a Puerto Rican singer Bad rabbit, Topped Latin music for 14 consecutive weeks in 2018.
He also repeated that feat with songs Takiti, Which was in first place for 27 weeks Y N, Which featured American singer Drake, and was at number 16 for the first time in billboard counts.
Artists such as Paul, Ozuna and Anuel also worked with Flow La Movie, which had its own record label after more than 10 years of life. As published by the media Telemundo.
Many Latin American teachers across the continent mourned his passing, including Juan Magan, Ricardo Montener, Rafael Bina, and Don Omar.
(With information from EFE)