Vudú, Galician SoulkVudú are Belém Tajes (voice, keyboards) and Maritxinha (bass, loops). In 2016, the band won Best Galician Song for "Eu son VooDoo" in the Música Xove contest and, the following year, they won the Martín Códax da Música Galega in the Blues/Funk/Soul category.Thus, the duo manages to consolidate their style and begins to explore new formats live until they reach the proposal that defines them today: intimate and elegant music for "little big" moments. Vudú is feminine music with a lot of sensuality that claims to call for the strength of traditional Galician singing.On their first album, "Vudú Vol. III" (2018), they combine traditional lyrics that come directly from their grandmothers with pop rhythms, electronic percussions and jazz and soul hues. "Vudú Vol. III” ends a trilogy and begins a new stage; a record where Belém and Maritxinha present us a LP full of sounds more pop than ever, electronic percussions and their unmistakable jazz and soul tunes.Based on old lyrics, on this occsasion Vudú dares with rhythms close to the fifties on songs such as "Xa me dixo", to cover popular songs such as "Unha noite na eira do trigo" and "Eu chorar chorei" and also to introduce us to their own compositions such as "Lingua", which revolves around minority languages.