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50 Cent Trailer: Hip Hop Homicides

50 Cent Trailer: Hip Hop Homicides

50 Cent just dropped the trailer for Hip Hop Homicides. The investigative series will debut on WE tv.

50 Cent Debuts Trailer For Hip Hop Homicides

50 Cent’s Hip Hop Homicides is on the way.

The trailer was just released for the new investigative series.

You can see the trailer below.

Teaming up with co-executive producer Mona Scott-Young, the multi-talented rapper/actor/producer is taking his talents to WE tv.

50 (Curtis James Jackson III) reportedly exited STARZ, the home of his POWER franchise, his deal was not renewed.

After his Power and BMF fame, his next big project is set to look at the epidemic of violence in hip-hop culture.

There is no lack of content available, as it seems like every week we are learning about another rapper being taken out.

More than half those murders go unsolved.

Van Lathan, who is also a producer, is hosting the series.

As they investigate the many murders in the hip-hop community, their focus explores the deaths of Pop Smoke, XXTentacion, King Von, and more.

Pop Smoke is the first subject in episode 1, as he was killed in February 2020 in a robbery.

Also, as Pop Smoke’s mentor, 50 Cent himself is lending his voice to the project.

Including one-on-one interviews, the show has many artists sharing wisdom about the topic.

Among those participating include –

  • French Montana
  • Juvenile
  • Mannie Fresh
  • Vic Mensa
  • and more

Check out the trailer for 50 Cent’s Hip Hop Homicides now –

Look for Hip Hop Homicides to premiere on Thursday, Nov. 3 at 9 pm ET on We tv.

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