Selma Uamusse, a versatile singer-songwriter from Mozambique, discusses the social and spiritual side of music.
From her concerts on the big stage to her life in Portugal as a mother, Selma talks about how she has always felt guided by a religious mission to spread positive feelings and cultural awareness to people.
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Selma Uamusse is a Mozambican vocalist who has been living in Portugal since 1988. Her versatility enables her to perform with various projects including rock band WrayGunn; afrobeat outfit Cacique’97; and gospel, soul & jazz through Gospel Collective.
Selma's music is a mix of Mozambican-rooted and modern elements. Her first solo album, "Mati" (water in the Changana language) was released to universal praise, now having been performed on prestigious stages. Selma is keenly aware of the transformative social and political power of music.
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