21 January 2013

Angola: Tchiwape to Release CD in Second Quarter of 2013

Luena — The singer Daniel Tchiwape announced Sunday in Luena, Moxico Province, the launching in the second quarter of 2013 of his first album entitled "Tchiswale".

Speaking to ANGOP, the singer explained that "Tchiswale", which means "Poor", is being recorded at "Bota" and "São Mateus" studios, both in Luena City, and will have 12 tracks with educational messages in Portuguese and the Chokwe vernacular language.

The source added that the songs with music genres kizomba, semba, kilapanga and tchianda aim at retrieving civic and moral values.

Daniel Tchiwape stressed that album counts on the participation of national musicians like Namanhonga, Nhacatolo, Capitão Jota Jota, Adolfo, Cambango, Chela and others.

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