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One person was killed and three injured in a shooting at a New York City concert hall where the rapper T.I. was set to perform. 

Police say the gunfire erupted after a dispute in a backstage green room and spilled onto the stage at Irving Plaza in Manhattan.

The suspected shooter is still at-large. 

A concertgoer was recording with his phone (watch above) as the chaotic scene unfolded, sending hundreds of fans into a panic. 

"Gunshots just went off at the T.I concert, never been so scared in my life," a Twitter user named Marco wrote.

The New York Post reports that a 33-year-old man was killed, while a rapper named Troy Ave was wounded, along with another man and woman.

NYC police commissioner Bill Bratton expressed confidence that the investigation will move quickly. 

He said officers have a "pretty good idea" of what happened and called the rappers involved "thugs."

"The crazy world of the so-called rap artists who are basically thugs that basically celebrate the violence … and unfortunately that violence oftentimes manifests itself during their performances and that’s exactly what happened last evening," Bratton told WCBS radio.

Read more, here.

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