Burned Body Of Brooklyn Rapper Found In New Jersey
The burned body of a Brooklyn rapper was discovered around 8 a.m. Monday on a quiet residential street in New Jersey, the Cliffview Pilot reported.

KAMPANE, born Rhian H. Stoute, was shot at least once before his body was set on fire and left in a black Chevy Tahoe parked on Village Circle West in Paramus, NJ, according to reports.

Stoute, 33, grew up in the Flatbush section of Brooklyn where his cousin, producer J Runnah, introduced him to the hip hop industry, according to his Facebook page.

J Runnah, who has worked with Jay Z, Memphis Bleek and the entire Roc-A-Fella team, went on tour with Stoute in 2000 as KAMPANE's career began to rise.

The exact cause of his death is unknown and pending the Medical Examiner's report, according to Bergen County Prosecutor John L. Molinelli.

A police investigation is ongoing.