Crémilda Médina is a Cape Verdean singer who began singing at the age of 9. In 2016, she worked on her first single "Sunshine" ; then at the end of 2017, she released her first album "Folklore", which got known to the general public. She won the "World Music" prize in the United States, then "Melhor Morna" and "Sapo Award" for the second consecutive year in Cape Verde. In 2018, she released the single "Nôs Morna" in duet with Tito Paris, which became a hit. She releases two singles in 2020, “Tributo Final” and “Recordai”, in an intimate format. Today, she joins the humanitarian musical project " Sing For Africa " to make a contribution to the maintenance of fraternity between the peoples of Africa.

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