Vum Vum began to stand out as a child on the show "Cazumbi" by promoter Luís Montez. Later, in Lisbon, he signed a contract with Valentim de Carvalho. In 1969, he released "Muzangola", his first EP. In addition to the Angolan references, this EP also had room for funk. During the 70s, Vum Vum wrote some originals for the duo Ouro Negro and António Calvário. He recorded the song "Eusébio Miúdo e Senhor" for the soundtrack of the 1974 film about the football player. In the second half of the 70s, he released the albums "Salalé" and "Brasil". Vum Vum then established himself in Germany where he edited another album called "Muzangola". Now, again in African lands, his music deserves to be spread across the world and brought to the present. Vum Vum is music and poetry, African chants, to the rhythm of Semba and Kilapanga - warm rhythms from Angola that promise to warm us all up in Super Bock in Stock.