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Nando Chang Explores Peruvian Roots Through Music and Food

The Peruvian rapper has a new album out while running a restaurant in Miami.
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When someone once asked Nando Chang if he was into Tupac, the Peruvian American hip-hop fan thought the reference was to Tupac Amaru, a legendary Incan warrior.

In fact, Tupac Shakur was named after another Peruvian revolutionary,

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