Flow La Movie, A Music Producer, And Eight Others Perish In A Dominican Republic Plane Disaster

A private plane carrying Dominican music producer Flow La Movie. From the Dominican Republic to Miami met with an accident shortly after takeoff, killing all aboard.

One of the nine people was killed in a plane crash in the Dominican Republic on Wednesday. A well-known Latin music producer who collaborated with artists like Bad Bunny and Ozuna. Thirty-eight years old!

On Wednesday, a small plane attempting to land in the Dominican Republic minutes after taking off for Florida crashed. Killing everyone on board, including the producer, José ngel Hernández.

According to Helidosa Aviation Group’s Twitter account, the Gulfstream jet was carrying two crew members and seven passengers.

We’ve Reached Out To Hernandez’s Record Label For More Information

When the plane left El Higüero airport in the Dominican Republic, it was headed to Orlando, Florida before making an attempt to land at Santo Domingo’s Las Americas International Airport. Neither the company nor the pilots provided any information about the cause of the plane’s crash.

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Dominican Republic plane disaster

Airport Operations Were Halted After The Accident And Hundreds Of Flights Were Canceled

According to Helidosa Aviation, Hernandez was accompanied by six family members and colleagues. Kelly Hernandez, Hayden Hernandez, Yeilianys Jeishlimar Melendez Jimenez, and Jesiel Yabdiel Silva are among those suspected of being involved in the crime.. They are Luis Alberto Eljuri, and Victor Emilio Herrera, according to the company.

Urban Latin songs like “Flow La Movie,” which was performed by Bad Bunny and Ozuna, were produced by Hernández, also known as “Te Boté,” a producer of urban Latin music. La Jeepeta, Bray, and Juanka, as well as the “Wow Remix” featuring Bryant Myers, Arcangel, Nicky Jam, and El Alfa were all produced by him as well..

It was Hernández’s label, which represented artists such as Nio Garcia, Casper Magico and D.OZi, that he set up as the label’s CEO.

The AP, USA TODAY, and Hannah Yasharoff contributed to this report.

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