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Muk – Prom Teang Alai – Acoustic

Muk – Prom Teang Alai – Acoustic

I was definitely amazed and astounded when I came across their video! I know of others who can speak Khmer who aren’t Cambodian, but these guys resonated a sense of sincerity. They can speak Khmer better than I can! They put most of us to shame! Check them out and stay tuned for their interview with CAA.

Check out their YouTube channel!

Originally Posted by Tyan Y.

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