San Quentin’s hip-hop healing | PRIME

ABC’s Kyra Phillips reports on a music program transforming the lives of San Quentin inmates.

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26 thoughts on “San Quentin’s hip-hop healing | PRIME

  1. Almost all modern hip hop is trash. Trash of the highest order. Especially that mumble rap garbage like Lil Wayne, Lil Yachty, Post Malone, Drake, XXXTentacion, etc. 🤮 Take it from a 20-year-old born and raised in the USA, I'll listen to a classic rock station ANY day over that so-called excuse for music. The real artists like Eminem and Mike Shinoda are fading out of the mainstream in favor of this?! You've gotta be kidding me. What happened to days of shredding electric guitars and pounding drumsets? 😔

  2. There are so many Behind Bars men and women who have talent who have skill the only thing is they have fallen to bad decision making is what led them to prison this we all know but I wish them well glad they found a sense of self and purpose.

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