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Mexico City singer-songwriter Natalia Lafourcade pays tribute to artists like Agustín Lara and Violeta Parra on her newest album, Musas, which was released May 5, 2017. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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On 'Musas,' Natalia Lafourcade Celebrates Legends Of Latin Music

The Mexico City singer-songwriter talks to NPR's Kelly McEvers about her growing pride in her heritage and the importance of introducing younger listeners to Latin American musical history.

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Countdown Clocks, Morning Cocktails As Former FBI Director Prepares To Testify

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Dream of My Love (Chasing After You) Abe Vigoda
Goodbye Soleil Phoenix
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People Everywhere (Still Alive) Khruangbin

Max Planck Institute paleoanthropologist Jean-Jacques Hublin examines the new finds at Jebel Irhoud, in Morocco. The eye orbits of a crushed human skull more than 300,000 years old are visible just beyond his fingertip. Shannon McPherron/Nature hide caption

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315,000-Year-Old Fossils From Morocco Could Be Earliest Recorded Homo Sapiens

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Mexico City singer-songwriter Natalia Lafourcade pays tribute to artists like Agustín Lara and Violeta Parra on her newest album, Musas, which was released May 5, 2017. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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On 'Musas,' Natalia Lafourcade Celebrates Legends Of Latin Music

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Mi Tierra Veracruzana Natalia Lafourcade
Miss Bottom Of The Hill Iron & Wine
Superstition Future TOPS

Rob Bottegal, head engineer of the Acosta Deep Mine for Corsa Coal Corp., overlooks the mine in Jennerstown, Pa., on Feb. 28. Dan Speicher/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review via AP hide caption

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FACT CHECK: Is President Trump Correct That Coal Mines Are Opening?

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Older Parcels
Worried Shoes Karen O & the Kids
Chariot Beach House
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Ashes To Ashes Warpaint
Running Around Buddy Ross
Charm Offensive Islands
Just From Chevron Dirty Projectors

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Some Small Tumors In Breasts May Not Be So Bad After All

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Jacking the Ball The Sea and Cake
What Once Was Her's
Cane Shuga Glass Animals

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