…namely rapper & executive producer Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson; excecutive producer Mark Canton; showrunner Courtney Kemp Agboh; and actor Omari Hardwick.

Jackson explained the genesis of Power: “We started developing characters, then I began writing music for them; we’d send it over to (Courtney) so she could be inspired… so it evolved and changed quite a lot.”

“Rappers like 50 are great storytellers,” said Kemp Agboh. “I’d listen to the music he’d made whilst I was writing. The development process takes a long time, so what the show was at first is not what the show is now.”

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