The first trailer for Last Man Standing: Suge Knight And The Murders Of Biggie & Tupac is now available to watch.

The documentary, as the name suggests, attempts to get closer to solving the mystery surrounding the murders of Biggie Smalls and Tupac Shakur. It was directed by Nick Broomfield, who also directed the highly-acclaimed 2002 film, Biggie & Tupac.

In the documentary, Broomfield and his team examine new evidence and theories and talk to people with intimate information on the tragic deaths of two of hip-hop’s most iconic artists.

Last Man Standing also closely examines Suge Knight and his role in the murders as ex-CEO of Death Row Records. Knight was recently sentenced to 28 years in prison for a hit and run, to which he pleaded no contest.

Broomfield’s documentary arrives in cinemas on July 2. Watch the trailer below.

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