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05/26/2016 03:47 pm ET

Differently-Abled Hip-Hop Artists Remind Us That Rap Has No Limits

"I'm proud of being myself, and I make people happy."

Hip-hop group Zulu P is a passionate collective of musicians who enjoy expressing themselves through music and serve as a reminder that rap has no limits. What makes this Queens-based group stand out in the world of rappers and musicians is not only their unique sound but that its members are differently-abled.

It's a "refreshing and uplifting experience for people" to watch Zulu P perform, according to Sam Hillmer, the program director for Trans-Pecos, the company that represents Zulu P. In the video above, watch T Rock, Sweetness Andriena, and Lil EB discuss their experiences performing as Zulu P and their "emotional" connection to music, which is all about "love and respect of music."

This video was produced by Alex Kushneir and Choyce Miller, and edited by S.L. Huang.

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