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Ozomatli: 'Cultural Ambassadors To The World'

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Ozomatli: 'Cultural Ambassadors To The World'

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Ozomatli: 'Cultural Ambassadors To The World'

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Hip-hop and rock group Ozomatli: (from left to right) Asdu Sierra, Raúl Pacheco, Wil-Dog Abers, Ulises Bella, Jiro Yamaguchi, Justin Porée 60 Cycle Media hide caption

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Multiethnic, hip-hop and rock group Ozomatli is known for speaking their minds on and off the stage.

In a recent chat with Tell Me More, the group talks about about their latest CD, Don't Mess with the Dragon, their political views and why they view themselves as cultural ambassadors to the world.