Hip-Hop rejoiced last month when Meek Mill was released from prison after being incarcerated in November for violating an almost decade-old probation (he was facing 2-4 years behind bars). The victory was far from easily won, though, as the Philly rapper fought against a corrupt cop, a bat-shit crazy judge, and not least, a racist criminal justice system for his freedom.

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Now, Meek is teaming up with Amazon Prime Video for a six-part documentary series that follows his fight for exoneration while exposing the flaws in the criminal justice system, according to Deadline. The as-yet-untitled docuseries promises “unprecedented access to [Meek’s] life, career, and criminal justice odyssey,” which began long before he became famous.

The series is set to premiere in 2019, and is being executive produced by JAY-Z, Eli Holzman, Aaron Saidman and Paul and Isaac Solotaroff.

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