Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is a place that some may identify as one of the murder capitals of the United States. But for many, it’s a place called home. Growing up in the ghetto forces you to learn what it takes to survive in the streets even at a young age.
Meet Don, a petty hustler with plans of getting away from the streets for one reason only: his family. With a child on the way, he is sure that giving up the hustle is his best option in order to lead a better life. In the process, he finds himself slowly cutting ties with the people closest to him--his childhood friends.
While transitioning into righteousness, Don experiences a few distractions. He meets Zola--a woman who is captivating not only because of her beauty but also because she is a woman of business. She was a resource that Don could desperately use to get him to a better position. Soon Zola introduces him to her father, Ziggy, who is also a businessman. It wasn't long before Don had utilized the connections that he had stumbled across. Shortly after, he was offered an unrefusable proposition--one that could possibly land him in a place he didn't want to be in: the streets.
While dealing with Ziggy, Don discovers the inevitable. Before he knew it, he was being pulled into a pool of trouble and was putting himself and his loved ones at risk. Will he cut off his newfound connection, or is it too late?