R&B artist Emani, who is known for songs such as "Feelings" and "Close," died on Monday at the age of 22. According to People, the singer's manager described her death as a "tragic accident."

"It is with heavy hearts that the family of Emani has confirmed her passing," the manager said in a statement. "They would like to share that although she fought courageously and the medical team went above and beyond doing everything in their power to aid in her recovery, on Monday, October 11th, Emani succumbed to the injuries she sustained after a tragic accident. At this time, Emani's family is asking for privacy to mourn and honor her life and memories."

Record producer J Maine also issued a statement, saying the young artist "was a wonderful individual that literally brightened up any room she was in."

"I worked on music with her, and helped her put together her last project, which was The Color Red. The way we worked together was effortless, we just understood each other," the producer said. "It hurts so bad to know that the last time I saw her was the last time I'd ever see her again."