Grammy-nominated musician Migos rapper Takeoff, 28, died Tuesday in a shooting at a bowling alley in Houston, Texas.

Takeoff, real name Kirschnik Khari Ball, was a rapper who rose to fame as a member of the hip-hop trio, Migos, along with Quavo and The Offset.

Kirshnik Khari Ball was born in Lawrenceville, Georgia, 50 km northeast of Atlanta, raised in Lawrenceville by her mother with family members Quavo and Offset.

Along with family members Quavo and Offset, Takeoff began rapping in 2008, with the group initially performing on stage under the name Polo Club.

Rapper Takeoff's debut studio album, Young Rich Nation, was released in July 2015, featuring guest appearances by Chris Brown and The Young Thugs, and produced by Zatowen and Dead Beatz.

Migos achieved her first number one single in 2016 with "Bad and Boggy", featuring Lil Uzi Vert, which peaked on the Billboard Hot 100 during the week of January 21, 2017.

During the filming of Complex's Everyday Struggle at the BET Awards 2017, Budden and DJ Academics were questioned about his absence, to which he replied, "Does it feel like I'm left with "Bad and Bozzy"?

Takeoff — whose real name was Kirschnick Khari Ball — had a net worth of $26 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.