Man killed during shooting at Staten Island recording studio

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A man was shot and killed at a recording studio in Staten Island Saturday night, police said.

A gunman walked into 937 Van Duzer St. in Grymes Hill around 7:45 p.m. and opened fire at 23-year-old Jahade Chancey, striking him multiple times in the back, cops said.

Police said the suspect was carrying an assault-style rifle and fired the shots at the door of the recording studio.

Chancey was taken to Staten Island University Hospital where he later died.

The address where the shooting took place is listed for Demonlow Studios.

The studio’s website says it’s home to recording artists Snoop, Bellagio, and BroGod, and it also rents out its space.

Cops are searching for two suspects. An investigation is ongoing.

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