字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント ♫ Take you to the movies ♫ Girl, we'll make the movie ♫ How I fallin' back to the beat ♫ I'm on a roll ♫ Take on the world ♫ Yes, yes, y'all - [Sam] I work with Zulu P, and they are a rap group here in New York City. They've played shows all over New York at this point. The group consists of the founding member Marley G. - I'm the great Marley G. - [Sam] Sweetness. ♫ Like a sunshine - [Sam] T. Rock. ♫ My microphone chill ♫ Might overload it - [Sam] And Lil E.B. - All better and peace! They have a really original take on hip-hop. We have a program here that serves adults with developmental disabilities who also play music. They don't seem to develop preconceptions about how things should be. Definitely musically. It's a really striking kind of freedom, I think, for people who live their lives guided by and sometimes bounded by other people's perceptions or preconceptions. (deep beat) - [Sam] We just book Zulu P on shows like you would book any regular band and don't give any type of preface or anything. People will come. They'll see the show, but you can see that there's a little tension there for people. But I think it's a productive and interesting tension. (audience applauds) The members of Zulu P are completely open, totally positive, always down. They're not cynical, and they're never self-conscious. - I'm Zulu P. Peace out. - [Sam] It's really amazing to see them get up there and crush a show.