Photo: Aimee Osbourne, a/k/a ARO | By Kory Grow, Rolling Stone/Yahoo Entertainment | UPDATE: Musician Nathan Avery Edwards has been identified as the man who died in the fire at the Hollywood recording studio Thursday night, according to CBS News. Firefighters now say they discovered a marijuana grow on the building’s second level, but it is still unclear what caused the fire.

Original story: Aimée Osbourne, who makes dusky electropop music under the name ARO and is Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne’s eldest daughter, escaped a deadly fire that claimed one life at a Hollywood recording studio Thursday night.

According to an Instagram post by Sharon Osbourne, she and the producer she was working with both made it out alive. “It is utterly heartbreaking that someone lost their life today in this fire, and we are sending our prayers to this person and their family,” she wrote. Los Angeles Times reported that the two survivors were suffering from smoke inhalation but declined hospitalization.

It took 78 firefighters and 51 minutes to extinguish the fire, which broke out shortly before 6 p.m. in an industrial building that houses several recording studios . . . According to CBS News, the building dates back to the 1920s, making it exempt from fire sprinkler requirements.
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Hip-hop artist Maxxamillion told L.A.’s ABC7 that he lost his entire studio and $50,000 worth of equipment in the fire.
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