All six episodes will premiere March 30th on Hulu.

Hulu has unveiled the trailer and key art for RapCaviar Presents, a compelling new documentary series that tackles some of today’s most provocative issues through the stories of hip hop visionaries and emerging stars currently ruling the charts and influencing our culture, from City Girls to Tyler, The Creator, Polo G, Roddy Ricch, Coi Leray and more. Based on the influential Spotify playlist, launched in 2015, this six-part series is a deep dive into current events that untangles important subjects and offers a view of the world from an artist’s perspective.

The series will be executive produced by Karam Gill, who will also serve as Creative Director; Steve Rivo, who will also serve as showrunner; Carl Chery and Liz Gateley, who are overseeing creative on the show for Spotify; and Eli Holzman and Aaron Saidman on behalf of The Intellectual Property Corporation (IPC), a part of Sony Pictures Television. Av Accius, Jeremiah Murphy and Marcus A. Clarke serve as co-EPs. Karam Gill, Quan Lateef-Hill, Peter J. Scalettar, Wendy J.N. Lee, Farah X and Mandon Lovett will also serve as episodic directors.

Episode one features Tyler, The Creator, Vince Staples, Pharrell Williams and Jasper Dolphin. Hip hop is one of the last frontiers when it comes to erasing hyper-masculine norms. But at the forefront of a generational shift toward inclusivity is Tyler, The Creator. Can a rapper like him make it past gatekeepers and truly be accepted?

Episode two features City Girls, Megan Thee Stallion, Rapsody and Saweetie. City Girls’ JT and Yung Miami speak to a new generation of women openly celebrating wealth and sexuality. But with greater exposure comes even more vicious attacks and criticism. How does the duo persist in a world steeped in misogyny and judgment?

Episode three features Roddy Richh, Post Malone, Ella Mai and DJ Mustard. Ricch is among hip hop’s most promising emerging stars, but constant public scrutiny and internet backlash has threatened to break him. What do artists do when social media can easily catapult them to fame but can also destroy them?

The fourth episode features Polo G, The Game and G Herbo. As America’s mental health crisis envelops hip-hop, Polo G is among the superstars grappling with the effects of trauma while doing everything he can to break the cycle. Now, he’s focused on evolving his art while embracing the complex process of healing.

Coi Leray, Cardi B, Doja Cat and Glorilla are featured in the fifth episode. While men can become stars off talent and artistry alone, women in hip-hop face greater expectations to conform. Coi Leray is fighting to create space for a new kind of beauty, empowerment, and control while proving she’s more than a trendy TikTok artist.

The sixth and final episode includes Bobby Shmurda, Fivio Foeign, Maino and Killer Mike. Law enforcement has a history of surveilling black Americans and targeting rappers, using lyrics and social media to build cases. With the feds constantly watching, can hip hop effectively harness its political power to combat the criminalization of rap?