Chris Gotti was part of the Hip Hop revolution. He and his brother built Murder, Inc. into a power house music label. They helped propel the music genre throughout the 90's and 2000's. They worked with some of the biggest names in the biz from JaRule to Black Child to Ashanti. Then in 2003, he his brother along with many famous rappers get targeted by the NYPD's "Hip Hop" police. As a result of their connection with Kenneth "Supreme" Team McGriff the FBI and NYPD raided their office and indicted them on multiple charges related to money laundering. Chris breaks down what happened and how they spent years investigating on their own and spending more than $2M to get the best lawyers and private investigators. He shares stories about relationships and controversy past and present with Fat Joe The Game, and many others. Chris has always helped guys coming back from prison and given them the the opportunity to prove themselves back in society. Today he is focused on how the world of HipHop and more broadly the Black and Brown communities need to work together to fight the systemic racism that is built into every fiber of the US judicial system. As Chris says," We need to stop fighting with each other and focus the effort on the real problem. Unless you got the best most powerful lawyers money can buy, you have a 99% chance of getting screwed when being arrested or going to trial".