Mampi collaborated with Luyanna for the remix of her hit song “Walilowelela”
LUYANNA, which means “the falling rain” in Native American, was born in January 1989. Raised in Portugal ,Europe, with Lusitanian roots, she has been immersed in Amerindian and
Latino music since her earliest childhood. With a true passion for the history and culture of Native Americans, Luyanna wanted to pay tribute to them with her music in order to feel
closer to them every day.
Luyanna’s latest single is a duet with Zambian singer Mampi, “Walilowelela”. It was officially released on January 12, 2015. It combines tribal, African and Latino music. The video clip shows Africa and its colours, it takes us deep into the Savannah. With an addictive chorus, its wild rhythms take us into a frenzied dance from the very first note. The track is already a part of the playlist of several national radio stations and was released in Belgium, the Netherlands and Switzerland on February 12, 2015. It is already being portrayed as a hit.