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Fri, 28 Jun 2019 18:46 - Updated Fri, 28 Jun 2019 18:46

Angolan Musician prepares third album for 2019

Luanda - Angolan Singer Nsoki plans to release her latest album entitled "Love and Dance" this year, and is currently promoting "Olha a fuerza" and "Tukina".

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CSinger N´Sonki Neto, speaking to Angop

Photo: Rosário dos Santos

Without revealing dates and names, she said that the disc that is in its final phase will have national and international participation, with emphasis on African singers with evidence of the musical styles Zouk, Kizomba, Afrobeat and Afropop.

The singer was speaking in an exclusive interview with Angop, whose full version will be published in the next few hours, about her inclusion in the list of "100 Most Influential Young Africans under 40" in the category of Media and Culture, a distinction made by the American organization MIPAD.

Nsoki was pleased with the inclusion in the list, despite a short career, remembering to have released the first song in August 2012, but with many achievements.

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