Yabaso is an ethnic Hani Folk singer from China's Yunnan province, which was part of colonial French Indochina and borders on Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, Myanmar, and Tibet. He sings traditional songs in the Hani Language, which he learned from his elders, and he also composes his own contemporary music. Yabaso's soulful vocal melodies can add an authenticity to Southeast Asian productions, as well as for TV and big screen movie epics depicting heartwarming stories of overcoming hardships. Each of Yabaso's songs tell an uplifting and memorable story.
Traditional boatman's song, solo male vocal, from China's Yunnan province, in the Hani language (an ethnic minority language). Lyrics describe meeting old friends at the river crossing. Authentic traditional folk singing, SouthEast Asia travel documentary river trip ready, floating down the Mekong. Male Vocals, Asian, Lao music
Mesmerizing chant-like poignant traditional solo male vocal from China's Yunnan Province beside Vietnam. In the Hani language (an ethnic minority language). Elders telling stories to the younger generation. Lyrics describe friendship as two people sawing wood together - pushing and pulling the saw. Male Vocals, Asian, Lao music