St. Louis rapper Huey who is best known for his 2007 hit, "Pop, Lock & Drop It" is dead after an unsolved shooting incident.

Law enforcement tells TMZ Huey is one of two men who were shot Thursday in St. Louis County. Huey succumbed to his injuries late Thursday night. We know nothing is supposed to be breaking in 2020 anymore.

Cops say they got a call about a 32-year-old male shooting victim who'd arrived at a local hospital suffering from at least one apparent gunshot wound. He was pronounced dead shortly after arriving at the hospital.

Huey's who real names is Lawrence Frank was Shot Thursday Night at around 11:00 PM in Kinloch. Huey's most popular song "Pop, Lock, and drop it" peaked at No 6 on Billboard Hot 100. The song remix version featured Popular artists like BowWow and Tpain was also released. Both versions of the breakout hit was featured on his album in 2007 "Notebook Paper". There have been no arrest of his shooter(s) so far.

Huey was signed to Jive Records in 2006. He was just 15 when he started his music career. And made his debut shortly afterwards. 

Twitter Reacts as people grieve over the world "St. Louis been grieving over the deaths of the STL artists we have lost over the years. It’s sad that my city don’t wanna see nobody make it out or salute the legends. RIP Swagg Huncho, SGE Breezy, Baby Huey, Veeno Gunna, STL Plug Tyler, Cobi, City Stylez, the list goes on."



Amber Furgerson has expressed her feelings " I'm so sad. In 9th grade, my friends would practice "Pop, Lock & Drop It" in front of my living room mirror so we were prepared and ready for school dances. Huey's song caused so many happy memories."

Ernest Owens " I stayed up late to find out that Huey of "Pop, Lock, and Drop It" fame done passed away due to gun violence.

Yeah, I'm going to bed. 2020 just keep finding a way to dampen the mood. RIP Huey."

" They murdered Baby Huey in Kinloch last night. Not only am I saddened by this huge STL loss and the void that is now with his 13-year-old daughter, but angered at the continued disregard for Kinloch unless some shit like this happens The intentional disinvestment in Kinloch for DECADES has made the city a breeding ground for instances like this and the city knows it."