So far 2018 has been the year of Tupac. It started with BET giving us the Death Row Chronicles, which was basically the history of the label and everyone involved (Tupac, Suge Knight, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Kurupt & more).
But now USA is taking a stab at it with their new anthology series, called Unsolved: The Murders of Tupac and the Notorious B.I.G.
BET used a combination of new and old MTV interviews to tell the story, in addition to input from those that worked at the label, family members of artists and multiple journalists.
But who's providing USA with their information for the 10-episode series?
According to Billboard, the info is based largely on the work of former LAPD detective and taskforce leader Greg Kading. Kading reportedly investigated both murders, which provides USA with 3 separate story lines to discuss what actually happened.
10 episodes is a lot and a little at the same time to tell us what we already know, but who doesn't love watching stuff about the history of Hip-Hop and one of the most infamous beefs ever.
Check out both shows and let me know what you think! Do we need more docs about Tupac and Biggie or nah?