A fundraiser has been created for Akilah DaSilva, an aspiring rapper/videographer who was killed in a deadly shooting at a Waffle House in Antioch, Tennessee over the weekend.

DaSilva, who went by the stage name Natrix Dream, was one of four people killed when a lone gunman walked into the restaurant early on Sunday (April 22) and began shooting. His older brother and girlfriend were with him when the shooting took place.

A GoFundMe created for DaSilva describes the 23-year-old as “a humble, kind and well respected young man” whose “character spoke volumes.” DaSilva was also a musical engineering student at Middle Tennessee State University.

On April 11, the audio engineer/musician described April 21 as “the start of the TAKEOVER” due to the release of his “Look Alive (Remix)” music video with fellow rapper Tuff Gotti.

In his Twitter profile, DaSilva shared his passion for music, writing “Music is my life and I will never stop until I achieve my dreams.”

Described as a funeral fund, the GoFundMe campaign has raised over $6,000 as of Monday (April 23).

The suspect in the deadly shooting, 29-year-old Travis Reinking, has been apprehended.