February 11, 2016 will be a big day for Hip Hop culture at large.
Next Thursday will see the release of Kanye West‘s highly-anticipated seventh solo studio album, the unveiling of the new season of his Yeezy clothing line, the release of the Max B. documentary Waves and now, the new release date for Go To Ground News’ 10-part video series titled The Jimmy Rosemond Tapes.
The project features previously unreleased audio from Rosemond himself as well as from Randy “Stretch” Walker and Notorious B.I.G. These interviews reveal new findings the series explores, triggering more insight into Tupac Shakur‘s shooting in 1994 and helping to portray a clearer understanding to the night in question.
Rosemond is currently serving a life sentence for drug trafficking and money laundering (convicted in 2012), while allegations of his involvement in the 1994 shooting of Tupac at Quad Studios in NYC have hindered his reputation for decades.
The Unjust Justice web series covers topics such as the business side of Hip Hop, how Rosemond has been covered in the media and his conviction in both a drug conspiracy case and murder-for-hire of an ex-con who assaulted his then 14-year-old son.
Unjust Justice: The Jimmy Rosemond Tapes premieres Thursday, February 11 on GoToGround.com.