How Jason Chu Uses Music to tell the AAPI Narrative

May 19, 2021 Joanne The Lola
How Jason Chu Uses Music to tell the AAPI Narrative
Show Notes

How Jason Chu Uses Music to tell the AAPI Narrative  | SPARK S3 Ep2

Rapper/Activist jason chu speaks hope and healing in a broken world. Solo and with his crew NITEMRKT, he blends introspective lyricism with high energy performances and thoughtfully crafted spoken word. As an expert on Asian American identity and hip-hop culture, jason has spoken and led workshops at UPenn, Dragon*Con, Stanford, NYU, Yale, and beyond. He is a contributor to the St. James Encyclopedia of Hip Hop Culture. Follow him at @jasonchumusic everywhere.

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