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Angolan shines in blind test on The Voice Portugal

The performance of an Angolan in the blind test of The Voice Portugal won over the judges, who, upon hearing the interpretation of the song “Palace”, turned all four chairs. This is Herineu Prescindo, who also had the support of his family who was watching live from Angola.


It didn't take long for the 31-year-old Angolan to win the 'ears' of Sónia Tavares. There were few words that Herineu Prescindo needed to sing for the juror to turn her chair.

But the Angolan's voice didn't just enchant Sónia. Shortly afterwards, it was António Zambujo's turn to press the button and, as the chair turned, he praised the performance: "Spectacular", he said.

Sónia Tavares also took the opportunity to praise. "You sing so well," she said.

The third chair to turn was Sara Correia's and, finally, it was Fernando Daniel's turn to press the button.

The Angolan's voice made the four chairs turn, but in the end Herineu Prescindo decided to choose Fernando Daniel as his mentor.

At the end of the performance, the Angolan was surprised with a live video call, where his mother, sister and cousin were watching from Angola.

Aged 31, Herineu Prescindo is from Angola and is a Portuguese and Russian teacher. His passion for music awakened at a young age, when he was just five years old. However, his love of music took on a more serious nature in 2015. Among other aspects, the fact that he has songs written by him stands out.

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