Uíge — Various local musicians, including Sete Sete, Catana, Ageliza and Nzara, who are engaged since last Saturday, in the northern Uíge province, in a campaign of selling and promoting their CDs, on Monday here urged their fans for Great precaution and civility during the transition to the new year of 2013.
In a total of six musicians who wished season's greetings and a prosperous new year to fans from different walks of life, by recognising the support of the public, the musician Nzarra said that it is difficult to achieve his goals without the support of the population.
On his turn, the singer Ageliza, who recently sold his debut album entitled "Kimia", said that the presence of a musician results from the population's goodwill, since no one can work for the public without something that is of social interest.
The musicians also stressed the need for youths to abide by civility, humility, friendliness and humanism, showing also an attitude of love to others so as to share the end of 2012 and the beginning of a new prosperous year.
For a week, the musicians stormed the city's market with more than 70,000 copies edited, mastered and reproduced in Angola, in the "Rap Angola", Kilapanga", "sukussa" and "kuasssa" music genres, among others.