Police officer by day, hip-hop artist by night: Man's musical talent keeps him focused, positive

"Anything that you could possibly go through in a positive manner, I rap about it."


A police officer living a double life is sharing his musical talent with the internet and building some street cred in his hometown of Baltimore.

Officer Joshua Jackson has been working in the police department for almost two years, and he loves his job. He also has a passion for hip-hop and uses his ability to rap to spread positive messages to his listeners under the name "Saint."

His message is starting to reach a wide audience - Jackson released two albums this year, and his music has been streamed more than 20,000 times. Across his social media platforms, he's gained about 9,000 followers.

Watch the video above to hear Jackson's songs and listen to his message of positivity.