Regardless whether you view him as a brilliant businessman or an unethical thug, Death Row Records co-founder Suge Knight has had an enormous impact on the world of hip-hop music. When Tupac Shakur had died and Snoop Dogg followed Dr. Dre to greener pastures, Crooked I became one of the last bankable artists on the Death Row call sheet. In this documentary, filmmakers explore just how this emerging talent became yet another in the long line of artists whose careers were stalled by Knight's notoriously vicious office politics. His album was never released, and now as Crooked I steps forward to tell his remarkable story former Death Row insiders Russell Simmons, Master P, Loon, and more all emerge to document how hip-hop's premier heavyweight ultimately fell victim to his own reckless ways.
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