If you’re a true crime fanatic and 90’s hip-hop head, this might be the ticket for you. The murder cases of legendary rappers Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls will be examined in a new live show featuring Greg Kading, the lead detective of the investigate task force into the infamous case.
The show, which will tour across Australia throughout July and August, will see Kading reveal exclusive details of the case, sharing his unique perspective and evidence regarding one of hip-hop’s greatest tragedies.
The events will also feature former Death Row Records associate Mob James, discussing his work with the label and being in Vegas the night Shakur was shot.
Kading, an LAPD detective vet specialising in gang, narcotic and homicide investigations, wrote the book Murder Rap about his experiences investigating the murders, eventually leading to the true crime drama series Unsolved, which you can stream now on Netflix.
“Biggie and Tupac continue to be two of the most influential hip hop artists” says promoter Nick Nunan. “Their unsolved murders spark interest worldwide and Greg will share the reasons as to why he believes he has solved the murders during the shows. It’s a must see for anyone who loves anything to do with pop-culture, crime, cold cases, or music.”
Tickets for all shows are on sale now.
The Murders Of Tupac And Biggie – A Night With Greg Kading Australian Tour 2019
Friday, 26th July
The Back Room, Brisbane
Saturday, 27th July
The Croxton Bandroom, Melbourne
Wednesday, 31st July
The Juniors, Sydney
Friday, 9th August
The Saint George Hotel, Perth