Rapper Troy Ave has been charged with attempted murder following a shooting at a packed hip-hop concert where one person died and three others were injured.
The artist, whose real name is Roland Collins, was seen on surveillance footage firing a gun at Irving Plaza in Manhattan, according to police.
A short video shows the gunman, who police identified as Collins, bursting through the door of a VIP room. He appeared to be chasing another man.
As concertgoers hid under a counter, the gunman appeared to spot something before raising his gun and firing.
The man who was killed has been named as Ronald McPhatter – who was working as a security guard for Collins when he was fatally wounded.
The shooting happened at a concert hall where artist T.I. was set to perform.
Manhattan Chief of Detectives William Aubry said T.I. was in the building, but performers Maino and Uncle Murda were on stage at the time of the shooting.
Representatives for T.I., whose real name is Clifford Joseph Harris Jr, are referring all questions to the authorities.