Details have come to light regarding a fatal shooting involving Atlanta producer Ensayne Wayne, in which he and an assailant produced weapons over a dispute that occured outside of Drumma Boy’s House of Fresh clothing store.
Ensayne Wayne, born Ferrell Miles, was rushed to the hospital, where he was fatefully pronounced dead after suffering multiple lacerations in his chest.
It was Wayne, to his credit, that first exposed his younger brother Drumma Boy to beatmaking. Drumma Boy would essentially go on to play a giant role in laying the foundation of the the Modern Trap Sound. Their sibling act persisted throughout the years, culminating in the two opening the House of Fresh clothing boutique, incidentally where the altercation took place. The reason for the altercation remain unexplained. The assailant, who fled the scene, has yet to be identified publicly.
Ensayne Wayne produced for Scarface, Plies, Young Dro, Xzibit, Three Six Mafia, 8ball & Mjg, Young Dolph, Jose Guapo, Peewee Longway, and Young Buck, to name a few. On behalf of the HotNewHipHop team, we would like to express our deepest sympathies to Wayne’s family and to those touched by his involvement in the greater hip hop community.
I lost the first person I ever looked up too in life… the first person I ever wanted to be like… My BIG blood-brother… 💉 My dad showed me the fundamentals of music & music theory, but my brother introduced me to making beats. He paved the way for me, introduced me to everybody he could, continuously bragged about me and gave me an alternative route to take. I always just wanted to see him smile and be proud of the moves I made as well as the moves we made together. Thank you all for the condolences sent for @ensaynewayne and family. #LegendsLiveForever #RIP #EnsayneWayne