Aside from being a detective and an associate pastor, Schroer was the co-founder of a Christian Hip-Hop label, Nkosi Records.
Schroer, along with his partner, Detective Brian Turpin, started the record label a couple years ago, and on Wednesday, the first artist signed by the label will debut his first album, and will perform live in a concert to honor Schroer.
Eric Tillman, better known as E-2, gave Eyewitness News a sneak peak of his performance. He will be opening the show for other Christian artists like "Flame" and "Family Force Five."
The concert will be at the old North High School Auditorium. Doors open at 5:30 with the concert starting at 7pm. Tickets at $10 and can be purchased at the door. You can also find tickets at i-tickets.com.