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Mon, 06 Nov 2017 19:05 - Updated Mon, 06 Nov 2017 19:05

Paulo Flores defends music production industry countrywide

Lubango - The Angolan musician Paulo Flores defended Monday in Lubango, the creation of record industries throughout the country, to contribute to the program of cultural development and diversification of the national economy.

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Paulo Flores

Photo: F.Miúdo/A.Julião

The composer was speaking to ANGOP after having participated in the weekend in a musical show.

The author of "Bajú" emphasized that the creation of record factory will strengthen the production of music in several genres, without depending on the acquisition of this product from abroad, especially in this time of tightening as a result of the world economic and financial situation.

"The record industry will sustain a cultural level in the art world and as a result there will be lower-priced marketing to make it easier for the consumer to buy without any constraints," he said.

Born in Luanda in 1972, Paulo Flores has published 11 albums: "Kapuete kamundanda", 1988, "Sassassa", 1990, "Coração farrapo", 1991, "Cherry", 1991, " Brincadeira tem hora", 1993, "Inocente ", 1995," Perto do fim", 1998," Recompasso ", 2001," Xé povo ", 2005," best of "and a live dvd.

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