Uíge — The Angolan singer Nanikafuako Lulendo Mosés "Mbele," Monday in northern Uige province, held a sale and autograph session of his first album entitled "Revelaçao Kibambuta", at a promotional price of Akz 500.
Speaking to Angop, the artist said his work comprises eight tracks sung in vernacular languages of Kikongo and Lingala and ortuguese.
The CD includes themes like "Manzambi ndila kwama", "revelação do Kibambuta", "ilumbu ifua kuama", "mansanga", "homenagem", "maladi ma sida" and others.
The messages of the songs are intended to enhance educational purposes, portraying the current Angolan youth behaviour such
as dating, engaging in indecent acts, as well as other procedures that offend the true Angolan cultural identity.
Nanikafuako Lulendo, 30, was born in 1979 in Quimbele district, northern Uige province.