Fantastic Negrito

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When musician Fantastic Negrito researched his family history during the pandemic, he discovered a 300-year-old interracial love story and siblings he didn’t know about.

Replay: Fantastic Negrito’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’ family secret inspired new album

When musician Fantastic Negrito researched his family history during the pandemic, he discovered a 300-year-old interracial love story and siblings he didn’t know about.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

When musician Fantastic Negrito researched his family history during the pandemic, he discovered a 300-year-old interracial love story and siblings he didn’t know about.

Fantastic Negrito’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’ family secret inspired new album

When musician Fantastic Negrito researched his family history during the pandemic, he discovered a 300-year-old interracial love story and siblings he didn’t know about.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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