Tiny Desk celebrates AAPI Heritage Month with pH-1, Mndsgn, and Audrey Nuna

The month of May is Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month. And this year, NPR Music’s Tiny Desk is celebrating AAPI Heritage Month with a Tiny Desk (home) concert featuring performances from three artists who, as Alex Ramos writes, “represent just a sliver of the cultural diversity that exists within the community.” 

The concert features Korean-American rapper pH-1, Los Angeles producer and songwriter Mndsgn, and R&B singer and rapper Audrey Nuna (who performs in a studio lined with colorful magazine covers that alone is worth checking out). Watch all three performances in the video above. 

Read more about each artist and the Tiny Desk Concert series on NPR Music.



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