Aspiring rapper's disappearance called 'suspicious'

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East Point Police tell FOX 5 an aspiring rapper's disappearance seems suspicious, after the man never came home from a session at a Southwest Atlanta recording studio.

Family members reported 33-year-old Michael Dwayne Edwards missing, after he had not called anyone after the night of April 22.

"Michael loves his family.... for him to just vanish, that's not his character," said cousin Belita Fonville, who went with relatives to put fliers around the Mozley Park neighborhood in Atlanta.

Police said on April 22, Edwards-- also known as "Luck"--  told his girlfriend he was headed to someone's private recording studio in Atlanta.

Police confirmed he wrapped up his session, and then walked to the nearby Shell gas station off Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive to pass out CDs of his music.

Edwards promised his brother he would call, once he took public transit back home, but Fonville said he never did.

Police said Edwards' home was undisturbed, and worry his disappearance indicates he could be the victim of a crime.

Anyone with information is asked to call East Point Police.