Silk is back, now in its own name, and brings with it all the energy, a fusion between African, Portuguese, and world music, the season of joy and dance is open.
In the first part of The Black Mamba at Capitólio, see the INEEWS report here, was in charge of Silk and set the whole room on fire, not only because it was hot, but because he “exploded” on stage, his music put everyone dancing and singing.
The Singer, director, actor, and musician, whenever he enters the stage, already in previous projects like Funkie Messengers, Shout, Mister-Lyzard, Funk do Boi, and of course, Cais Sodré Funk Connection was like that, it’s an explosion of joy, rhythm, music to dance to, the hard thing is to keep still, on this journey through the history of black music, of the Atlantic diaspora between Portugal and Africa in this celebration and party.
No concerto do Capiólio podemos ouvir os temas do seu álbum, Diz à Mãe que está tudo bem, sempre com uma energia contagiante, neste que também é uma homenagem à mãe de Silk Nobre ouvimos, “I’m Back!”, “Sabe Sabe”, “Sucrinha”, “Fidje de Sol”, “Não Abuses”, “Azul Terylene”, “Câmera Lenta”, “Alguidar”, “Machimbombo do Amor”, “Duna”, “Tio António”, “Aerograma 25 Abril”, “Eles Diziam”, “Nandinho Evita”, “Armando Tito”, “Rocha Nobre2, “Luchinha” e “1979”, cantados em português, criolo e inglês.
Preparem-se Silk está de volta, para arrasar.
In the Capiólio concert we can hear the themes of his album, Diz à Mãe que está tudo bem (Tell Mother that everything is fine), always with contagious energy, this album, which is also a tribute to Silk Nobre’s mother, we hear, “I’m Back!”, “Sabe Sabe “, “Sucrinha”, “Fidje de Sol”, “Não Abuses”, “Azul Terylene”, “Câmera Lenta”, “Alguidar”, “Machimbombo do Amor”, “Duna”, “Tio António”, “Aerograma 25 Abril “, “Eles Diziam”, “Nandinho Evita”, “Armando Tito”, “Rocha Nobre2, “Luchinha” and “1979”, sung in Portuguese, Creole and English.
Get ready Silk is back to rock.