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Wed, 12 Jul 2017 08:33 - Updated Wed, 12 Jul 2017 08:33

SSP Group prepares tour of Mozambique in November

Luanda - Eighteen years after the last tour of Mozambique, the Angolan rap group SSP is preparing to return to the stages of this country of the Indian Ocean to hold two shows on 3 and 4 November, announced Wednesday in Luanda, one of the members of the group.

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SSP group with two shows in Mozambique

Photo: Joaquina Bento

According to musician Big Nelo, who spoke to Angop about the preparation of the group, the Mozambican fans will have the opportunity to hear and relive good moments with themes such as "Não vale a pena", "Olhos café", "Deus", "Canta Comigo essa keta", "Chama por mim".

In their return to the Mozambican stages, the quartet formed by Big Nelo, Jeff Brown, Kudy and Paul G will still perform songs like "Eu só quero te amar", "Olhos café", "Etu mwangola", "É bom", "Táctica lírica", "Abandalho", "Te quiero", "Playa", "Deus", which marked SSP time (from 1990 to 2000).

Founded in the 1990s, the SSP group produced three albums, namely "99% de Amor", "Alfa" e "Odisseia".

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