Tue, 28 Jul 2015 12:56 - Updated Tue, 28 Jul 2015 12:55
Angola: Anselmo Ralph and Sony Music partnership to generate first album in 2016
Luanda - The first album of the Angolan musician Anselmo Ralph, as an artist of international publisher Sony Music, will be released in the first half of 2016.
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Musician Anselmo Ralph
This was said to Angop on Monday in Luanda by the singer himself on the sidelines of the ceremony to launch 100 years celebration campaign of the multinational Coca-Cola company, where Anselmo Ralph is the face in Angola.
The artist stated that the contract will result from the recording of three albums in Castilian languages, whose marketing will be made exclusively in Latin America.
"I have just become a Sony Music artist, a step that makes all the difference in the international music scene, because it is the second largest music company in the music industry in the world", he said.
The singer said that the contract will last five years and it includes the participation in his records of internationally known musicians, such as Puerto Rican Ricky Martin.
The contract between Anselmo Ralph and Sony Music was signed in June, Madrid (Spain).
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