Sathia ‘Uncle Ted’ Chet of the musical group The 2nd Language has passed away

Sathia ‘Uncle Ted’ Chet, one third of the rap trio The 2nd Language has passed away. They were the first Cambodian-American rap group to have their song “Corona Nights” play on Seattle’s national radio station KUBE 104.9. The song “Corona Nights” went on to become #1 and held that spot for more then a week. Our condolences to his family.

Here’s the link to the fundraising effort to help alleviate funeral expenses.
All proceeds will go to Ted’s parents

The 2nd Language: Syam, Silong aka RedCambino, Sathia ‘Uncle Ted’ Chet.

The Tacoma-based rap trio The 2nd Language consists of Silong, Syam and Uncle Ted, a group who takes you from the killing fields to urban nightlife and every place in between through music. Their music speaks volumes to young Asian Americans who find solace in hip-hop culture, yet struggle to maintain their native traditions. Nonetheless, The 2nd Language’s debut album Language Arts.


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