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Sin Setsochhata carries on a music legacy

Publication date 19 January 2021 | 22:02 | ICT

As a child, Sin Setsochhata had tagged along with her father when he would sing on stage and by the time she was a teenager she was already familiar not only with performing on stage but also with composing music and writing lyrics for her



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