The Grammy-winning rapper died in Los Angeles at 59 on September 28 after being found unresponsive at a friend’s Los Angeles home.

Coolio, born Artis Leon Ivey Jr, was best known for his 1995 single “Gangsta’s Paradise,” from an album of the same name.

That song, a massive hit featured in the film Dangerous Minds, won a Grammy Award for best rap solo performance the following year.

The rapper died at about 5 pm pacific time at a local hospital. Ivey had earlier been found unresponsive in the bathroom of a friend’s home.

There were no immediate reports on the cause of death.

Born in Pennsylvania in 1963, He began performing as part of the West Coast hip-hop scene after moving to Compton, California.