The New And The Next Each weekend on All Things Considered, host Arun Rath talks with Carlos Watson, founder of the online magazine Ozy.com, about people, places and trends on the horizon.

Ozy co-founder Carlos Watson talks about a teen singer with a grown-up voice and Harleys in Vietnam. Courtesy of Ozy.com hide caption

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A Teenage Music Phenom, Infographics, Motorcycles In Vietnam

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The New And The Next: Punk Rock Love, A Sensible Scary Movie

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The New And The Next: Six-Second Comedy And A Spin On News

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The New And The Next: Fighter Who Won't Quit And Country Rap

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Maya May, right, started the bilingual speed-dating business, Spanglish Exchange. Courtesy Spanglish hide caption

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The New And The Next: A Haitian Star, Bilingual Speed Dating

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An Introduction To What's New And What's Next

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