Migos’ record label Quality Control Music enters the unscripted TV arena

QC and Critical Content’s first project since the partnership was solidified will be a series called “Equal Justice.” The show’s synopsis states it’s a social experiment that will follow the world’s most meaningful hip-hop artists as they leverage their fame and personal resources to secure top attorneys, fair trials and better outcomes for indigent defendants across the USA. The project will be pitched to networks and streamers at the start of the year with Quality Control talent attached.

It looks like the company is living up to its name with the quality programming that will delve into local politics as well as community outreach programs. “Home Courts” features leading figures in the city such as rapper Killer Mike, Atlanta Dream co-owner Renee Montgomery, one of the voices for the fight for civil rights, and former Atlanta Mayors Andrew Young and Kasim Reed as well as former NFL player Walter Stith. Check out the trailer to “Home Courts” now.

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