RAPPER, Lil Devin, was killed at his family home on New Year's Eve.

He was allegedly attacked by several masked men, his family said.

Who was rapper Lil Devin?

Devin Swain, known as Lil Devin, was a 24-year-old rapper from Anderson, Indiana.

In 2016, he launched his rapping career by posting his work on YouTube.

In 2018, he dropped his first studio album, 448gz, followed by the album, Still Gettin' off, Vol 1, released that same year.

In 2020, Swain dropped the album, 4eva ME. In 2021, he released his fourth album, 900 Vet, dedicated to his late relative Courtney Camille Cox.

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What was his cause of death?

The Indiana rapper was killed on New Year's Eve in his family's home.

Officers were called to the house for a possible home robbery, but at arrival they found Swain with "injuries to his chest," Fox59 reported.

Swain was later pronounced dead at the hospital after he was reportedly attacked by several masked men.

Just hours before his passing, Swain used social media to wish his fans a Happy New Year.

"Everybody who f**k up be tryna find they waaayyy back to me, I was real actually," he wrote on Instagram. "Wishing Everybody A Successful 2022."

What are fans saying about Lil Devin's death?

Fans, family and friends quickly paid tribute to the young star.

"It was traumatic very traumatic some thing that I wouldn’t want anyone to ever go through. I wouldn’t wish that on anyone’s family" his brother, Donald Cox, said. "He was just one of those people that believed in me before I even believed in myself."

Rashawn Samuels, 14, who was coached by Swain said: "He was a good person and he was all about all the kids staying in school, doing good, listen to your parents. He was a good, respectful, loving person."

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