Mon, 04 Nov 2019 19:04 - Updated Mon, 04 Nov 2019 19:04
Jovens do Prenda back at Kilamba Recreation Center
Luanda - The Kilamba Cultural and Recreational Center, in Luanda, receives, on 11th November, the Jovens do Prenda Band for traditional Muzongué, dedicated to the National Independence Day.
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Agrupamento Jovens do Prenda
Photo: António Escrivão
The group, which failed its October edition due to the death of its founding member Chico Montenegro, return to the venue a year after their last stint on the same stage.
The group created by Chico Montenegro, Didi da Mãe Preta, Tony do Fumo, Augusto Chacaya, Kangongo, Mingo and Verry Inácio, will once again have the sovereign opportunity to remember old hits and show the richness and value on stage of popular Angolan music.
Holder of a rich musical menu, highlighting themes such as "tendinha", "followed by" desepero "," Chiquita "," nguenda nyubeka "and" longa march "," majame "," samba samba ","nova coperação " among others that has caused a stir among people on the stage where they operates.
In this journey, also dedicated to remember Chico Montenegro, the Kilamba stage will also welcome Augusto Chacaya, Dom Caetano, Robertinho, Tony do Fumo son and Dina Santos.
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