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Slow J presents his new album in 2024

in the largest concert hall in the country, with an extra date on March 7th

Extra date – March 7th – Sold out – March 8th

In less than three months and a few days after the release of his anticipated third album, “Afro Fado”, the most listened-to Portuguese album ever on Spotify on the first day after its release, Slow J sold out the announced date for the concert in the biggest venue. shows in the country and announces an extra date, March 7th.

Tickets are on sale at and the usual locations.

Slow J is a mix. João Coelho was born in Setúbal, son of a Portuguese mother and an Angolan father. Music has always been an intimate travel companion. After discovering his passion for creating music, he flew to London, where he produced obsessively while studying sound engineering, returning to Portugal determined to enter a studio. Between professional studios, guesthouses and his bedroom, João Coelho produced, wrote and sang his first two projects, The Free Food Tape EP (2015) and The Art Of Slowing Down (2017).

He edited and distributed these first records independently, with the help of family and friends. In 2018 he executive produced Papillon’s first solo album, Deepak Looper, and the following year he released his second LP You are Forgiven. This album is a labyrinthine inner journey of a Human Being who seeks to be himself and be happy. At this time, Slow J is making itself heard across the country, performing live on the biggest stages and most relevant events.

In 2020 he edited Slo-Fi, a home production that relaxes and takes the mind where the body cannot go and since then he has been retired from the stage, dedicating himself to production. Despite this withdrawal, he continued to appear on the national music charts thanks to several collaborations with important names in our music such as Dino d’ Santiago, G Son, Ivandro, Richie Campbell, and Sam The Kid, among others.

This year was marked by his return to the stage and the release of his third album, where we find songs such as “Where U @” and “Sem Ti”. Afro Fado, which has already broken records, reaching the top of the list of the most listened to Portuguese albums on Spotify on the first day after its release, is the theme for two solo concerts in 2024, on March 7th (extra date) and 8th March (already sold out), at the Altice Arena in Lisbon.

Always confirm with the concert hall or promoter the conditions of access, confirmation of the date or time, ticket place of sale, price, and availability.

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