Multi-media executive, Mona Scott-Young is releasing her first BET+ original film called Love & Murder: Atlanta Playboy
Starring Taye Diggs, Apryl Jones, and cast members from her Love and Hip Hop franchise, the two-part film follows the real-life murder investigation of Lance Herndon, a successful Atlanta businessman renowned for revolutionizing the city’s 911 system and his womanizing ways, who is found murdered in his own home.
An investigation is launched to find the killer, which in turn reveals the truths and suspicions behind both Lance’s professional and personal life.
The two-part series is currently streaming on BET+.
Before Scott-Young’s enormous success in TV and film, Scott-Young had her hand on the pulse of Hip Hop working with some of the most renowned artists of the culture. For nearly two decades Scott-Young has helped navigate a roster of high profile clientele including Busta Rhymes and Missy Elliot.
She recently stopped by the WBLS studio to talk with host, Deja Vu, to talk about Hip Hop 50, her Love and Hip Hop franchise, and her new film on BET+.