In a Luanda "musseque" under constant construction, the poet kids live. Dj Buda is one of them. They all want to get inside his machine, where the "Kiduro" comes from. Buda creates electrifying electric rhythms on the computer and the kids recite in a Frank Sinatra Style microphone. Nothing like this was ever seen. Every kid tells their story their own way, using their own words and style. "I am calmer, that's why I'm called the Smooth". The result of this Buda Sessions is a cacophonic polyphony that talks about life in Angola here and now. They want to hear eachother and dance. The parties that Dj Buda organizes are a success: there is food and drinks during the night. "Music Factory" is an anthem, it shows how angolans are capable of creating, producing, selling and consuming their own products, in this case the music. A real shout for independence.