Cory Miller, a.k.a C-Murder, rapper and brother of Louisiana MC Master P, has released a new track titled “Dear Supreme Court”, causing Louisiana State Penitentiary to investigate whether he’s been recording music during his time. Currently serving a life sentence for the murder of a teenager back in 2003, Miller has repeatedly maintained his innocence despite having his appeals continuously denied. Prisoners are not allowed to record albums or maintain social media accounts, which has raised a red flag within the prison. According to his manager, any music currently being released was recorded before lock up, which is not uncommon with artists. Atlanta MC Gucci Mane has grown to be one of the most prolific rappers in the game currently, releasing multiple mixtapes throughout his current prison sentence. The lyrical content is rather specific though, so it understandable as to why it could be believed that he recorded it while locked up. Listen to the track below.

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