Sat, 21 Sep 2019 15:16 - Updated Sat, 21 Sep 2019 15:16
Singer Eduardo Paim "heats up" LAC Festival
Luanda - With a single tribute to the former members of the "Sem Kijila" Project, Angolan musician Eduardo Paim starred on Friday night (20), a special moment in the awards gala of the 22nd edition of the Luanda Song Festival.
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Músico Eduardo Paim em actuação no Festival da Canção de Luanda 2019
Photo: Henri Celso
Singer Eduardo Paim performs in Luanda Song Festival 2019
Photo: Henri Celso
As a special guest of Luanda Antena Comercial (LAC) radio, organizer of the event, "General Kambuengo" took the stage shortly after the announcement of the winners and, for over an hour, toasted the audience with some of his best themes.
The artist went back in time and interpreted more than 15 songs that marked the 80s and 90s in the Lusophony, including "Rosa Baila", "São Saudades", "My Neighbor", "Ai Se Eu Te Agarro", " Wonders of the Island "," Nzambi Za "and" Chiquitita ".
Inspired, contagious and willing to "rock" the audience with a diverse repertoire that earned him the title of "King of the Kizomba", Paim also sang "This Madié", "Kutonoca", "Som da Banda", "Processos da da" Band "and" Morning Sunday ", the last three recorded in Portugal with Ruca Van-Dunem, former colleague in the project" Without Kijila.
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