Fans of Power Book 3 are enraged at the absence of a character in the teaser for Raising Kanan, titled “Where’s Breeze?”


Fans of Power Book 3 are enraged at the absence of a character in the teaser for Raising Kanan, titled “Where’s Breeze?”

POWER BOOK III will focus on 50 Cent’s character Kanan Stark’s early years, but fans of the franchise are eager to discover more about the enigmatic criminal boss known only as Breeze.

Finally, the first trailer for the newest installment in the Power franchise has been published. In the thrilling new prequel series, Power Book III: Raising Kanan, Mekai Curtis plays a younger version of Kanan Stark, who was initially portrayed by Curtis ‘50 Cent’ Jackson. Fans are already speculating on how the Starz spin-off will unfold ahead of its July premiere.

In the latest trailer for Power Book III: Raising Kanan, fans are still looking for a mysterious figure dubbed Breeze.

On Thursday, the extended trailer for the new series was finally released, offering fans their first look at Kanan’s early existence on the streets of Queens, Jamaica.

Mekai Curtis replaces 50 Cent as the narrator of the clip, which is set to LL Cool J’s “Mama Said Knock You Out.”

Kanan begins the series as a rising crime lord on New York’s streets.

Meanwhile, Raquel (Patina Miller), his mother, tries in vain to keep her adolescent son away from the drug scene.

The star-studded ensemble of Raising Kanan also includes Omar Epps (House) as police detective Malcolm Howard, Kanan and Raquel’s main nemesis.

In addition, London Brown In crucial supporting roles, Malcolm M. Mays, Hailey Kilgore, Joey Bada$$, and Quincy Brown appear.

However, some fans were disappointed that the new trailer didn’t show Ghost’s (Omari Hardwick) early life or his run-in with the aging kingpin Breeze.

Throughout the first six seasons of Power’s mothership series, which ended in February 2020, Breeze was constantly addressed.

In the 1990s, the crime lord ascended to power, but his empire was shattered when Ghost shot him in the back of the head and assumed his position.

Before the July debut of Raising Kanan, it was widely assumed that Breeze and his high-end nightclub would play a major role in the forthcoming spin-off.

Unfortunately, Ghost’s old foe isn’t mentioned at all in the new trailer.


There’s also no word on who will play Breeze, raising the possibility that he won’t appear in the series until the second or third season. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”


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