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Nova Scotia-born hip hop artist Recognized as Prey of Toronto-area shooting

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A man murdered at the Toronto area last week was recognized as a popular Nova Scotia hip hop artist and audio executive.The shooting Georgetown, Ont., about 60 kilometres west of Toronto, happened on Tuesday at roughly 11 p.m., according to police.READ MORE: Shooting in Georgetown leaves man dead in his driveway: Halton policeHalton Regional Police say officers arrived to find a man, who was declared dead at the scene, even in a driveway out his residence.The victim was later identified as 36-year-old Ryan Lorde — a Georgetown resident at the time of the shooting — that grew up at Mulgrave Park.Lorde was famous within the hip hop community as”Littles the General.” He was a member of the rap band”The Crime” at Toronto, who famously took on Drake in what is considered Drake’s first official rap beef. Lorde was the father of three young children.READ MORE: 2 injured after masked men shoot at west-end Toronto home: policePolice state they are treating Lorde’s death as a homicide and that they believe the shooting was targeted.Anyone with information is being asked to contact police or Crime Stoppers.

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