The plane carrying Mexican-American singer, Jenni Rivera, crashed in Mexico City Sunday morning, according to CNN
The singer was leaving from a concert in northern Mexico the night before and was traveling with six other people, according to CNN.
Mexican officials said they found the private plane completely wrecked and they believe that no one on board survived the crash, according to CNN.
"The aircraft was destroyed, totally fragmented," Transportation Minister Gerardo Ruiz Esparza said in a interview with CNN.
Authorities are still searching the area and have not found any of the passengers who were on the flight, according to CNN. The cause of the crash is still unclear, according to CNN.
Jenni Rivera, 43, was born in Long Beach, California and released her first album in 1999, according to CNN. She was nominated for a Latin Grammy Award in 2002, according to CNN.
She is a judge on the current television show, "The Voice, Mexico," according to CNN. The show is scheduled to air Sunday night, according to CNN.
Rivera is the mother of five children, according to CNN.