Quality Control is taking their music empire to television and film after inking a new deal with Critical Content.
The production studio is the mastermind behind reality hits such as "Catfish" and "Celebrity Game Face." The new partnership between Critical Content and Quality Films will bring QC stars Lil Yachty, City Girls, Lil Baby, and Migos into the realm of unscripted reality television.
The inaugural project from the deal is a show called "Equal Justice," which will follow some of rap's most prolific names as they use their resources to fight for justice for defendants battling unfair cases. The show is on-brand with the label's recent social justice initiatives. Lil Baby released his highly praised single, "The Bigger Picture," last year as a call to action against the discrimination Black's face in the U.S. The rapper donated all proceeds from the single to various causes to benefit people of color. QC and Critical Content previously spawned the YouTube series "Home Courts," which followed Migos frontman, Quavo, as he visited different basketball courts around the country to meet up with athletes and activists using the public meetings to spark change within their communities.
No release date for "Equal Justice" has been announced yet.
Congrats to Quality Control.
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