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Selma Uamusse filled the Centro Cultural de Belém with her music and energy
Last Saturday, August 7th, artist Selma Uamusse gave a show at CCB – Centro Cultural de Belém, in Lisbon, full of good music, moments of sharing and lots of energy.
We could listen to songs like “MAMA“, dedicated to Cabo Delgado in Mozambique, “No Guns” and “Malian” with the presence of Mbye Ebrima, “Maputo”, “Hoyo Hoyo”, “Song of Africa”, song composed by Susana Travassos, and “Funkier than a Mosquito’s Tweeter”, among others.
Selma’s work is considered a manifesto and a form of struggle and hope for a free society, with more harmony and peace, and through her music, we can feel all this with her performative versatility and a powerful voice.
“Without breaking the rules I asked for a little freedom so that we could dance, the wind dropped, the cold melted away with the heat of the environment and even with limited time there was time to talk. So I felt grateful and bursting with joy. […] Thank you all for the beautiful night“, shared the artist on her social media.