20 September 2018

Angola: Singer Lil Saint Focuses On Career Internationalisation

Lubango — The Angolan musician Lil Saint has recently announced in Lubango City, southern Huila Province, that he is now focusing on the internationalisation of his career through the holding of tours in the American and European continents.

According to the singer, on an interview to ANGOP, the objective is to divulge his product and fight to achieve some affirmation in the international market, further adding that he is in the best moment of his career.

The musician revealed that currently he has been making agreements with some foreign cultural events promoters so that he can better draft the agenda for his international interventions.

He reaffirmed his commitment to improving his compositions so that his songs can become national references.

Answering a question on the current state of Angolan music, Lil Saint said it is showing significant improvements as time goes by, both in terms of arrangements and lyrical content.

Lil Saint has in the market the albums "Entre a vida e a música" and "New Day", published respectively in 2011ande 2017.

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