Cacique’97 – Cacique’97

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Origine du Groupe : Portugal , Mozambic

Style : Afrobeat , World Music

Sortie : 2009

From Official Myspace :

Lisbon has always been a stage for the meeting of several cultures, mostly due to the past of the city as the capital of a colonial empire in Africa and Latin America. Nowadays it is a huge pot
of creativity which attracts artists from all over the world and it is a privileged space where musicians find each other, share ideas and mix rhythms. It is from this mixture that, in 2005,
afrobeat collective Cacique..97 was born.

With musicians with Mozambican and Portuguese origins, this collective incorporates members from groups such as Cool Hipnoise, Philharmonic Weed and The Most Wanted, well known projects in the
areas of funk, reggae and the afro sound.

The passion for the music of Fela Kuti and Tony Allen has united these musicians for the pursuance of a common goal: to create a collective that mirrored the Lisbon mixture, by crossing the
characteristic urban Nigerian rhythm which is afrobeat, with the musical tradition of the Portuguese-speaking African countries and of Brazil, whom has always been very present in the Portuguese

Cacique..97 intend to give birth to a global soundtrack of the new times without losing the activist approach and the promotion of social awareness so fond to afrobeat.

Tracklist :

01. Jorge da Capadócia 5:55

02. Eu Quero Tudo 4:16

03. Mifolo 5:05

04. Sr.Diplomata 5:07

05. Get No Stronger 5:25

06. Come From Nigeria 6:23

07. 13 4:32

08. Dragão 6:06

09. Kodé 5:28

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