Peruvian promotes ancestral culture through K-Pop

Peruvian Lenin Tamayo grew up listening to the Andean music his mother sang in Spanish and Quechua, South America’s most widely spoken Indigenous language. As a teenager, K-Pop served as a haven from bullying at school in Lima. The community he found in K-Pop, his love for Andean culture, and his musical talent led him to imagine Quechua Pop. (August 10) (AP Video/Cesar Barreto)


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