Meet This Inspiring Group of Developmentally Challenged Rappers
They’re not letting disabilities keep them from the spotlight.
Zulu P is a group of four developmentally challenged rappers straight out of Queens, New York. They train and perform at Trans-Pecos, a space provided for musicians with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Sam Hillmer, the program director, claims that Zulu P is unlike any group he’s featured before, mostly because of their identity and energy as a group. The impediments that each member faces don’t hold them back or affect the level of unbridled passion they bring to the mic every day.
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In a world where pity is often—and wrongfully—associated with the disabled community, Zulu P’slyrics command respect and remind us all to embrace and follow our dreams with fervor.
Zulu Pis made up of Marley G, T Roc, Andreina, and Lil’ EB. You can download their free mixtape, Taking Over the World, right here.