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1
Mulemba Xangola 00:05:21

Lura, FeaturedArtist - Bonga, MainArtist - Africa Nostra, MusicPublisher

(C) 2009 lusafrica (P) 2000 Lusafrica

2
Nguenda 00:03:13

Bonga, MainArtist - Africa Nostra, MusicPublisher

(C) 2009 lusafrica (P) 2008 Lusafrica

3
Mona Ki Ngi Xica 00:04:58

Bonga, MainArtist - Africa Nostra, MusicPublisher

(C) 2009 lusafrica (P) 1972 Morabeza

4
Kaxexe 00:03:01

Bonga, MainArtist - Africa Nostra, MusicPublisher

(C) 2009 lusafrica (P) 2003 Lusafrica

5
Marimbondo 00:03:11

Bonga, MainArtist - Africa Nostra, MusicPublisher

(C) 2009 lusafrica (P) 2003 Lusafrica

6
Recordando Pio 00:02:34

Bonga, MainArtist - Africa Nostra, MusicPublisher

(C) 2009 lusafrica (P) 2000 Lusafrica

7
Sodade 00:06:26

Bonga, MainArtist - Africa Nostra, MusicPublisher - Sony Music Pub., MusicPublisher - Ed. De Bertholene, MusicPublisher

(C) 2009 lusafrica (P) 1974 Morabeza

8
Kapakiao 00:02:42

Bonga, MainArtist - Africa Nostra, MusicPublisher

(C) 2009 lusafrica (P) 2003 Lusafrica

9
Dikanga 00:03:20

Bonga, MainArtist - Africa Nostra, MusicPublisher

(C) 2009 lusafrica (P) 2004 Lusafrica

10
Bairro 00:02:21

Bonga, MainArtist - Africa Nostra, MusicPublisher

(C) 2009 lusafrica (P) 2008 Lusafrica

11
Agua Rara 00:03:58

Bonga, MainArtist - Africa Nostra, MusicPublisher

(C) 2009 lusafrica (P) 2000 Lusafrica

12
De Maos A Abanar 00:03:04

Bonga, MainArtist - Africa Nostra, MusicPublisher

(C) 2009 lusafrica (P) 2000 Lusafrica

13
Banga Fukula 00:04:04

Bonga, MainArtist - Africa Nostra, MusicPublisher

(C) 2009 lusafrica (P) 2004 Lusafrica

14
Ngui Tename 00:03:08

Bonga, MainArtist - Africa Nostra, MusicPublisher

(C) 2009 lusafrica (P) 2000 Lusafrica

15
Maiorais 00:03:32

Bonga, MainArtist - Africa Nostra, MusicPublisher

(C) 2009 lusafrica (P) 2004 Lusafrica

16
Zukada 00:03:36

Bonga, MainArtist - Africa Nostra, MusicPublisher

(C) 2009 lusafrica (P) 2008 Lusafrica

17
Kianje 00:03:01

Bonga, MainArtist - Africa Nostra, MusicPublisher

(C) 2009 lusafrica (P) 2003 Lusafrica

18
Kapakiao (Remix) 00:03:59

Kassin, Remixer - Bonga, MainArtist - Berna Ceppas, Remixer - Africa Nostra, MusicPublisher

(C) 2009 lusafrica (P) 2007 Lusafrica

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