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Angolan musician Carlos Burity passed away early today in Luanda

The author of themes such as “Malalanza”, “Aunt Joaquina”, “Tona Cashi”, “Manazinha” and “Mucangiami”, died at Clínica Girassol. According to the artist’s agent, Maló Jaime, the musician was admitted to the Emergency Bank, already in serious condition, where he ended up dying.

He started his career in the early 70s of the last century, and in 1974 he recorded, with the Semba Group, a selection of Angolan themes that remained in the history of Angolan popular music.

In 1983, Burity joined “Canto Livre de Angola“, a project by Brazilian singer Martinho da Vila, who took him to Brazil with other important names in Angolan music and with whom he joined the group Semba Tropical, which would record a hit album in London.

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