Portuguese music band Clã shoot video in Porto with Indian artist Mangka
The Portuguese band Clã begins today the shooting of a promotional video on the theme "Nura Pakang (Me and Tu)", with the collaboration of the Indian singer Mangka, announced the producer.
In a statement, it was announced that the filming will take place over two days in several emblematic places in the city, in a film directed by Romi Meitei, also natural director of Manipur, a region of northeast India whose culture the interpreter Mangka, born in 1996 , has been promoting since the age of nine.
The song "Nura Pakang (Eu e Tu)" will be the first theme of promotion of the collection "T (H) REE", inserted in a project with more than a decade of producer David Valentim, with the mission to group Portuguese and all musicians The Asian continent, and presenting its fourth edition in a triple album to be released on April 28, with the support of the Oriente Foundation and with revenues to revert to the institution "Make a Wish Portugal."
The bilingual song was writen by the portuguese Carlos Tê, Hélder Gonçalves, Manuela Azevedo and Mayanglambam Mangangsana, musician also natural of Manipur, the Indian state southeast of the Himalayas where the first part of the promotional video has already been recorded.
The Indian artist Mangka joins the Portuguese band today to record the sections of the song sung in Meiteilon, Manipur language, in the scope of the project that has already given rise to collaborations between Portuguese musicians and natural artists from Hong Kong, Macao, the Philippines, Singapore, Japan or South Korea.
Described in a statement from the producer as consisting of a fusion of "jazz pop-rock with traditional Manipuri", the theme of promotion of this triple album should join the sounds of Portuguese musicians such as Old Jerusalem, Peixe, First Breath After Coma , Amélia Muge, Loosers, or Holy Nothing in collaboration with musicians from Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Sri Lanka.