Simply on the heels of fifty Cent celebrating the tip of his take care of Starz, the Hip Hop mogul is unveiling a brand new investigative sequence on Hip Hop tradition.
Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson and Mona Scott-Younger function government producers on the brand new WE television sequence, Hip Hop Homicides. The investigative drama is hosted by Van Lathan and takes a uncooked have a look at race, class, crime, and policing in Hip Hop tradition.
The brand new present goals to set itself other than different true-crime procedurals by taking a big-picture have a look at the epidemic of violence in Hip Hop. With a deal with giving a voice to the unvoiced, TV character and producer, Van Lathan, examines the staggering variety of murders within the Hip Hop group.
From Pop Smoke to XXXTentacion, the sequence provides viewers a deeper have a look at these stunning crimes and the way they impacted the Hip Hop scene. The highlights purpose to offer family members and followers with the closure they look for a few of their favourite rap stars who had been gone too quickly.
The sequence dissects the details exploring leads that usually reveal grotesque particulars of murders and crimes involving well-liked names in Hip Hop. Every episode options unique one-on-one interviews with these closest to the fallen.
Artists like French Montana, Juvenile, Mannie Recent, Vic Mensa, and plenty of extra, make visitor appearances to share precious insights all through the season on crimes they’ve direct information of. The streets had been speaking, however nobody was listening…till now.
The premiere episode highlights the 2020 homicide of Brooklyn drill rapper, Pop Smoke, and options an unique interview along with his mentor, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson. Pop Smoke was gunned down within the Hollywood Hills space of Los Angeles in what was first labeled a “theft gone mistaken.”
However analysis reveals, the scene lacked the standard indicators of compelled entry and ransacking related to these varieties of crimes. So, was it a focused hit?
Hip Hop Homicides premieres on WE television Thursday, Nov. 3 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. New episodes will develop into accessible on the favored AMC streaming service, ALLBLK, each Monday, following the premiere on WE television.