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Ever watched your grandmother spit verses for a crowd? Tou SaiK Lee has. He's one of several younger Hmong-Minnesotans who have collaborated with elders in the last decade, combining folk traditions and newer sounds. In this episode, we ask folks including Tou SaiK, Lis Pos, Shawn Mouacheupao, and Ernest and Missy Whiteman why and how they've reached across generations. [Songs sampled: Tou SaiKo Lee - âUnited Worldwideâ; PosNoSys - âSunshineâ; Shawn Mouacheupao - âForever, My Dear (feat. Lis Pos)â; Phooj Ywg - âHlub Tso Ciaâ; Jasmine Tierra - âOur Love Was Realâ]

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