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In Peru, around eight million speak ‘quechua,’ the ancient Inca language. Unfortunately, this tongue is slowly becoming extinct as younger generations become indifferent to it. But a 17-year-old woman is trying to change that through her music by merging “quechua” with trap. Maria Luisa Martinez reports from Lima.

Young artist preserving the ‘quechua’ tongue by merging it with trap music

In Peru, around eight million speak ‘quechua,’ the ancient Inca language. Unfortunately, this tongue is slowly becoming extinct as younger generations become indifferent to it. But a 17-year-old woman is trying to change that through her music by merging “quechua” with trap. Maria Luisa Martinez reports from Lima.

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