The notorious B.I.G., Tupac, and Jam Master Jay have ravaged the music industry for decades. In recent years, the deaths of notable actorsNipsey Hussle, Pop Smoke, and Young Dolphhave hampered the Hip-Hop community, and a FOX SOULs promotional program is expected to cover these profound stories.
Lisa Evers, a reporter for Fox5 New York, has been told that Crime & Hip Hop will let audiences  see the connection between crime and hip-hop artists, street culture, who these artists are as human beings, and explain why these horrific crimes continue to happen in today''s society.
When he visited a local bakery Makedas Homemade Butter Cookies, young Dolph was murdered on November 17, 2021. Evers will examine the aftermath in detail, touting the impact he had on the Hip-Hop community and the philanthropic work he did to restore him to Memphis.
In February 2020, Pop Smoke (born Bashar Barakah Jackson) was robbed in a rented Hollywood Hills apartment. Evers intends to spotlight the Brooklyn residents'' rising to fame and his growing up in Canarsie, while also enlightening his murder investigation.
After being shot multiple times, Nipsey Hussle (born Ermias Asghedom) was murdered in front of his Marathon Clothing store in Crenshaw, California. More recent information has surfaced, but Evers will investigate the murder case in June.
On Tuesday, May 17, Crime & Hip Hop will be officially available on FOX SOUL.