CHICAGO (FOX 32 NEWS) - Rap group Project 3 hopes their music video "You Could Hold On," which contains a strong anti-violence message, will make a difference in Chicago.
Their video has been viewed thousands of times on social media, urging listeners to put down the guns, don't shoot and if you see something say something.
Robert Allen, one of the artists behind the video, and Cook County Commissioner Robert Steele join Good Day Chicago to talk about the reach of the video and what change they hope comes from it.
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