Zulu-P is challenging hip-hop norms one track at a time
Although their challenges could make their act a gimmick, they don't roll that way. With the guidance of those at TRANS-PECOS, they create their music from start to finish, crafting beats and recording verses just like any other rap group would. Their live act is just as raw, using deep expression as a way to connect with their audience.
In November, Elite Daily filmed a segment on Zulu-P, showcasing their process and them as individuals. Though their mere existence may serve as news to some, they were “discovered” two years ago by Vice's Noisey. The documentary goes through a typical creative session and introduces each of the group's members as well as those that have aided them. Truly an engaging display of passion, Zulu-P reminds us about why hip-hop is the universal bonding tool.
Watch Elite Daily's documentary on Zulu-P below: