Chinx's murder is as of yet unsolved; even once an arrest is made, his friends, family and fans will have to take time to process the events and grieve the fallen rapper. In the meantime, those who knew him continue to pay tribute to him by either recording new songs or releasing some from the vault. DJ Bobby Trends is going the latter route, liberating a freestyle from Chinx and Vado over Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg's classing "Deep Cover" instrumental. According to Trends, the freestyle was actually recorded last week, in what must have been one of the Coke Boys rapper's final studio sessions.

DJ Bobby Trends shared the first video installment of his #ShakeSessions series and it featured Chinx and Vado freestyling over Dr. Dre's 1992 classic "Deep Cover." Sunday morning (May 16) the Queens rapper was fatally shot. At around 5am, the rapper, who was signed to French Montana’s Coke Boys imprint, was shot while sitting inside a car. Born Lionel Pickens, Chinx was transported to Jamaica Medical Center with gunshot wounds to his torso, and later pronounced dead. Police responded to a 911 in Briarwood, where they discovered two victims in car on Queens Boulevard and 84th Drive. Watch the video of Chinx's last studio session below.

R.I.P. Chinx