Corrections officers served as judges as orange jumpsuit-clad inmates sang about religion, domestic violence and love.
For the second year in a row, Andrew Cashmere, 38, took the first place. He performed a religious reggae rap. Cashmere is now awaiting trial on gun-related charges.
"When I see the crowd, my mind goes crazy," Cashmere told the Miami Herald. "You gotta pull my cord. You gotta put a lock on my mouth. I can't stop."
The first runner up was Cortez Atkins, 32. He rapped about treating women well. Atkins is awaiting trial on drug, alcohol and domestic-violence charges.
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