New Orleans authorities have made an arrest in connection to the murder of rapper Young Greatness.

According to The Times-Picayune, it is 38-year-old Donald Reaux who was booked Wednesday on charges that include accessory to second-degree murder and obstruction of justice. Police have not confirmed how Reaux is connected to the murder.

Greatness, born Theodore Jones, was killed on October 29th outside of a Waffle House. Soon after, his stolen vehicle was recovered with police releasing images of Reaux as a "person of interest." According to The New Orleans Advocate, police are still searching for the two gunmen responsible for firing at Young Greatness's vehicle in the Waffle House parking lot, reporting that Reaux's bail has been set at $15,000.

Young Greatness, only 35-years old at the time of his death, was most known for his 2015 hit "Moolah," which peaked at No. 85 on the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart. After a run with Quality Control, Greatness signed with Cash Money and made the move back to his hometown to NOLA in 2017.

"It’s a song about rejoicing after you done hustled," Greatness told HNHHback in 2016. "You done hustled for a long time and you got some money and you just happy, you know what I’m saying?"