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Thu, 11 Oct 2018 10:06 - Updated Thu, 11 Oct 2018 10:06

Singer Puto Português to perform three shows in Luanda

Luanda - Angolan singer and songwriter, Puto Português, has three shows scheduled in Luanda as part of the musician's "mini tour", which could be extended to some provinces of the country.

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Puto Português to perform three shows in Luanda

Photo: Lucas Neto

The first show is scheduled for October 20.

Speaking to Angop on the fringes of "Team do Sonho" show held on Saturday in Luanda, the singer said his second and third performance are to take place at Miami Beach and Casa 70 respectively, always accompanied by his band and several guests. 

However, added the singer, his fourth album is to be released by December this year and will count on participation of several local musicians.

The singer, whose birthplace is Luanda, has already released three albums “Geração do Semba” 2010, “Ritmo e melodia" (2013) and “Origem" (2016), which marks 10-year of his musical career.

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