In the Fall of 2003, Kirk Fraser began pre-production on the film. Curtis "Curtbone" Chambers joined production as Executive Producer in the Winter of 2004, as a former friend and co-defendant of Rayful Edmond, Curtbone also appears in the film as an insider into the Edmond's drug empire. The 75-minute film intertwine interviews, reenactments and archival news footage from his early days of drug dealing to his arrest, and the trial.
The picture started filming in the fall of 2004 and ended during the winter of 2005 in Washington, DC and Maryland. An official marketing campaign for the film began during the 2004 Howard University homecoming and was continued till its release date.
The film was sold out within the first two hours from retail stores across the Washington, DC metropolitan area.