Luanda — The Angolan musician Miguel Gervásio Livongh, or simply "Livongh", last Sunday in the Independence Square, in Luanda, held a public sale and autographs signing session of his first album entitled "Meu Mundo", na Praça da Independência.
Speaking to ANGOP, the singer informed that the album has eleven songs and different music styles, such as the local Kizomba and semba, as well as ballads and salsa, which were sung in Portuguese, Umbundu, French, Spanish and English.
He also said that his album had the participation of local and international musicians, such as Pérola, Beto de Almeida, Johnny Ramos and Aldareth Neto.
Ten thousand copies of "Meu Mundo" are available in the market.
The musician said he will hold similar sessions in the provinces of Namibe, Huíla and Benguela, among others.
Livongh, who was born in Luanda in 1980, is also a music producer.