'The song 'Missâo de Serviço' epitomises what Os Tubaroes is all about'

Showcasing the musical heritage of Africa, 702 Breakfast profiles different countries' music industry.

This week the show focuses on Cape Verde.

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This is Africa host Richard Nwamba joins Bongani Bingwa to chat about this beautiful country with a rich history of music.

Nwamba's song selection is 'Missâo de Serviço' by the group Os Tubaroes.

The song 'Missâo de Serviço' epitomises what Os Tubaroes is all about. The group used to be very popular, not only in one island, but they were popular throughout the 10 islands of Cape Verde.

Richard Nwamba, Host - This is Africa

Listen below to the full conversation:


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