RAPPER and music producer D-Bando has reportedly died in hospital following an "attack".
Dozens of tributes have been paid to the Texas star, real name Darele Obando, on social media.
D-Bando passed away on January 5, according to radio station KBXX.
Local media reports say that rapper died in hospital following an alleged attack that happened last year.
Friends and family members have paid tribute to the music star.
Meanwhile, Louis Brandon posted on Facebook: "Typing in disbelief!! Please pray for my family and I strength. You protected me from everything (sic)!
"Love you so much this hurt so bad! Darale Obando I love you I’m going to miss you. My brother my mentor.. this pain is so much.. but god give us strength."
And, Carlee Jae Landry said: "Please pray for my family lost my big brother Darale Obando. I love you and I'll miss you til we meet again. RIH Boo."
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Houston artist Just Brittany said: “No Dbando. I’m so heartbroken to hear this news. We been suppose to have worked together. We always had our side talks and you was always in my corner (sic).
“Rest easy D Bando, I’m sorry. Prayers to you and your family during this difficult time.”
Rapper and R&B star K Vocalz commented: “Thank you for supporting me… I love you, Bro.”
Hip-hop record producer DJ Mr. Rogers told the star to “rest easy”.
And, Clay James, the CEO of the Atlanta label Playas Club Music, said: Solid a** n****. LONG LIVE DBANDO."
His last Instagram post was on November 27 where he said: "I've took the backseat to let my team be in the front that shows a lot about my character!
"I've stepped down to let others step up #I WANTUSALLTOWIN (sic)."
His management team has yet to issue a formal statement.
D-Bando's track "See You With Nothing" has more than 300,000 views on YouTube.
He also worked with Big Pokey on his album Sensei.
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