50 Cent's 'Hip Hop Homicides' Investigates the Community's Violence and Tragic Deaths of Rappers

WE tv has shared the official trailer for Hip Hop Homicides, executive produced by 50 Cent.

The upcoming series will be hosted by TV personality and producer Van Lathan and "examines the staggering number of murders in the Hip Hop community," including the tragic deaths of Pop Smoke, XXXTentacion, King Von and more. Hip Hop Homicides hope to provide closure to the loved ones and fans of those who have been affected, will be taking a closer look at the facts and the leads and will feature exclusive interviews with those who have died from this violence, including French Montana, Juvenile, Mannie Fresh, and Vic Mensa.

50 Cent will executive produce for G-Unit Film & Television with Mona Scott-Young, Stephanie R. Gayle, P. Frank Williams and Michael Lang, will serve as executive producers for Monami Productions, Vanessa Satten, Anthony Wilson and Lauren Gellert, Kari McFarland, David Stefanou and Ashley McFarlin for WE tv. Don Sikorski acts as Consulting Producer.

Check out the trailer below. Hip Hop Homicides premiere November 3 on WE tv and the coming Monday on ALLBLK, with the premiere episodes focusing on 50's protege Pop Smoke.

In case you missed it, authorities have named a suspect and arrested two in connection to the fatal shooting of PnB Rock.