«Stay positive and be very careful! I miss you a lot already.» Mayra Andrade wrote, when the State of Emergency forced the postponement to September of the concerts at the Coliseums of Lisbon and Porto, initially scheduled for April.
[dropcap]W[/dropcap]ith the end of the wait in sight, the homesickness will give way to the celebration in the reunion that will take place next week, September 11, in Porto, and in Lisbon, the next day, which will now have two sessions, one at afternoon and another at night, being necessary to exchange the tickets on site, or purchase platform for them, both for Porto and Lisbon.
In order to comply with the safety standards recommended by the General Directorate of Health, it will be necessary to ensure the distance between the public, so that the audience initially planned was transposed to seats, with the guarantee that there will be free seats between spectators.
After the interruption dictated by the pandemic, the world tour for the presentation of the album “MANGA” returns to the road in two of the most noble rooms in Portugal, then on to France and Belgium.
In “MANGA”, Mayra Andrade creates a sound that mixes afrobeat, urban music and traditional Cape Verdean rhythms, without losing its roots and always sounding current, in an album sung in Portuguese and Creole from Cape Verde.
“Afeto”, the introductory single, has so far recorded over 4.5 million views on YouTube. More recently, the artist also recorded a participation in the music platform COLORS, with the theme “Tan Kalakatan”, which has already surpassed 3 million views on YouTube and continues to receive high praise from around the world.