‘Vinte Vinte (Pranto)’ Pranto is the culmination of an extraordinary journey in which public applause goes hand in hand with the recognition of some of the world’s biggest names in music, resulting in resounding success. Ana Moura, however, is averse to formulas and very little interested in remaining static in one area or sound. Alongside Branko and Conan Osiris, she has created a hybrid pop song that already exists in the future, transcends borders and cultures, and affirms a new musical sensibility. Having been both Prince’s and Mick Jaggers protégés in the past, Ana Moura’s hypnotic, emotion-laden voice carries the warmth of an Africa that she’s known since she was a child, having been taught by her mother who’s got Angolan roots. In ‘Vinte Vinte (Pranto)’, the Portuguese singer is the interpreter of a great story, a story that comes from afar that has finally reached us. With the help of Branko, one of Portugal’s most acclaimed producers, and singer-songwriter/ Eurovision 2019 contestant Conan Osiris, ‘Vinte Vinte (Pranto)’ turns into a melancholic, yet catchy pop song that aims to help us digest the traumatic year 2020. So now we have ‘Vinte Vinte (Pranto)’: a rapturous and rapturous song, which has passed but, above all, looks to the future. It’s a song that crosses seas never sailed before, that goes from here to China and returns in the fold of a melody, that has pain and hope in a great voice. There has never been another song like this. It’s a part of 2020, the strangest of years, but it will remain as the beginning of an inevitable path. It will be heard 100 years from now. ‘Vinte Vinte (Pranto)’ is released on 26th of March via M.A.R and Embassy of Music.