Police: Drive-by shooting at studio where Offset was recording

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Windows, buildings, and vehicles were shot-up outside a popular Atlanta recording studio. Police want to know if Migos rapper Offset was the target of that drive-by.

In an exclusive video obtained by TMZ, the drive-by can be seen taking place at the studio along Ellsworth Industrial Boulevard. The video was captured from a townhome just feet away. No less than 11 shots can be heard in rapid fire, right at the front parking lot of the Crossover Entertainment Studio.

Witness accounts and TMZ both claim that recording artist Offset was in the studio.

"I hear a car screeching, so I’m like ‘What's going on?’ and right away I hear gunshots. So, I just grab her," said Adame, who lives in the neighborhood.

Neighbors told FOX 5 News police arrived a few minutes later and the investigation began.

FOX 5 cameras spotted a bullet hole in the front door of the studio, in the privacy screen out front, and windows shot out on a minivan.

The shooting happened near Atlanta Police Detection Equipment, including a license plate reader.

Neighbors say this is not a common scene for their street.

"it gets busy, but nothing too crazy like the gunshots."

In the police report, officers said they were told Offset was at the studio at the time, but the report said officers never made contact with him by the time they arrived. But a trail of bullet holes showed the studio or someone in it was apparently a target.

"I'm not too worried, but I am going to be locking myself in more."

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