Into the Sunshine
A Naval Officer returns to his hometown Washington, D.C. to lay his younger brother to rest and bring the killer to justice.
Local up and coming rapper, Sonny Jim Foster gets murdered after he leaves a studio recording session. Doing a tour in the Middle East, Naval Intelligence Officer Bobby Foster receives the news of his younger brother's death. He immediately returns to Washington, D.C., with his wife Kimberly Foster to lay his brother to rest.
Bobby identifies the body and meets up with his childhood friend, Eddie "Big Bread Ed" Fields. The two immediately take matters into their own hands and go in search of the killer. They meet up with the town gossip, Tasha, who informs them that Sonny had issues with a local rap crew, B.C.B Entertainment from Newark, New Jersey. She tells them that Sonny's girlfriend, Valerie, has been missing ever since his murder.
Detective Mason Bennet visits Bobby and tells him that he's doing everything in his power to find who is ever responsible. Bobby goes in search of Valerie and finds out that she's in fear of her life and hiding out with her uncle, a D.C. cop.
Bobby meets up with his uncle Charlie Foster at his restaurant to see what he knows. He tells Bobby that Sonny had issues with a local rap crew, and even though he and Sonny had problems in the past, Sonny looked up to him.
Bobby has a face to face meeting with C.E.O. Anthony "The Brick City Bull' Rozier and questions he and his team about Sonny's death. They all deny knowing anything. Ed questions The B.C.B's R&B singer Misty Blue to find out what she knows. Misty is untrusting of Ed and gives him no information to help find the killer.
The suspected rap crew put Bobby, Ed, and Kimberly on their hit list. A life and death struggle ensues as both sides declare war. Bobby soon realizes things aren’t what they seem as he closes in on the killer.