In this Saturday, Feb. 23, 2019, photo, youth band Rap Against Dictatorship, who's songs have condemned the military's involvement in government, perform in Bangkok, Thailand. You could call it the 7 million-voter question: will young people like the ones who turned out on a recent Saturday night to listen to politically hip rappers also make it to the polls for Thailand's upcoming general election.
In this Saturday, Feb. 23, 2019, photo, youth band Rap Against Dictatorship, who's songs have condemned the military's involvement in government, perform in Bangkok, Thailand. You could call it the 7 million-voter question: will young people like the ones who turned out on a recent Saturday night to listen to politically hip rappers also make it to the polls for Thailand's upcoming general election. Sakchai Lalit AP Photo
In this Saturday, Feb. 23, 2019, photo, youth band Rap Against Dictatorship, who's songs have condemned the military's involvement in government, perform in Bangkok, Thailand. You could call it the 7 million-voter question: will young people like the ones who turned out on a recent Saturday night to listen to politically hip rappers also make it to the polls for Thailand's upcoming general election. Sakchai Lalit AP Photo