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The relationship of affection between Portugal and the Cape Verdean Mayra Andrade might not be recent, but it seems to be stronger than ever. Contributing to this might be the fact that the singer exchanged Paris for Lisbon a few years ago and took up singing in Portuguese and Cape Verdean Creole in her latest record, “Manga”, leaving behind the use of French or English that could be heard in previous works: “Navega”, her 2006 debut album; “Storia Storia” from 2009; or “Lovely Difficult” from 2013. By embracing a new sound that blends Afrobeat, urban music, and traditional Cape Verdean rhythms, Mayra Andrade has never sounded so contemporary without losing the connection to her roots. In concert, accompanied by four musicians, Mayra appears complete, confident and happy with the new songs which she seems very proud of showing.