Rap lyrics are consistently used as evidence in criminal cases. But is a change for the better on the horizon? We investigate in this week’s DX Daily Breakdown.

Today’s DX Daily Breakdown tackles the decade long trend of prosecutors submitting rap lyrics, often times from amateur emcees, as evidence in criminal cases. Even with that, a few recent criminal cases may signal a coming change on the horizon. We also highlight the case of McKinley “Mac” Phipps, the No Limit artist convicted of murder in 2001. The “Wobble Wobble” rapper received great news this week.

Shot & Edited By Ahmed Sabir-Calloway (@Akthentik)
Written By Justin Hunte (@TheCompanyMan)

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