Logan and Wheeler are assigned to a case involving the murder of a rap singer, but they believe that an undercover cop working for a hip-hop task force may be sabotaging their investigation.

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Detective Harry Williams (as Kirk 'Sticky Fingaz' Jones)
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Carmen Rivera
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Gordon 'G-Man' Thomas
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Luther Pinkston
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Terrence 'Fulla T' Smith
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Patricia
Alex Burns ...
Tommy Marconi
Suzette Gunn ...
Norma 'Nightshade' Robbins (as Suzette Azariah Gunn)
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Stella Williams
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Agent Ron Vann
Omar Evans ...
Bobby Boyd
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Logan and Wheeler are assigned to a case involving the murder of a rap singer, but they believe that an undercover cop working for a hip-hop task force may be sabotaging their investigation.

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In this episode Det. Harry Willaims claims that Carmen is his goddaughter. A godparent is usually older than the godchild. In real life Aunjanue Ellis, who plays Carmen, is actually 4 years older than Sticky Fingaz, who plays Harry. See more »

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Detective Logan pushes Williams into a window. The glass breaks but in the very next shot the glass is still intact. You can see a reflection off the glass. See more »

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Captain Danny Ross: What are we supposed to do, not investigate because it's against the gangsta's code?
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Stop (Carry On)
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Written by Michael Baiardi and Lamont Hawkins and Ebony Burke
Published by Soundfile Publishing (ASCAP)
Performed by U-God featuring Ebony Burke
Courtesy of Soundfile Records
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Rap's rough culture
10 September 2016 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

A number of rap artists are in this particular Criminal Intent where Chris Noth and Julianne Nicholson are investigating the murder of a particular rapper. The big brass is following this one closely as the deceased was going to do some public service announcements against gang violence and here he falls victim to it.

A couple of interesting things here. First there's a lot of video as to who was with the deceased that night as he was coming and leaving a big blowout at a club. That gives Logan and Wheeler something to work with once the people are identified.

There's also a detective played by rapper Flipped who is deep undercover who is inserting himself in Major Case's investigation.

As it turns out the deceased was killed for the most pedestrian and stupid of motives. And the perpetrator he gets what's due him.

After seeing this I cling to my Bing Crosby music more and more.


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