According to a press release, S/T marks the third installment of a triptych, following Nídia’s Badjuda Sukulbembe 7″ and her sophomore LP Não Fales Nela Que A Mentes, both of which arrived earlier this year.
“We have to be more friendly and humane,” Nídia said in press materials. “Covid taught us that we are nobody without each other. Since I stopped judging and hating human beings my life has become as colourful as the LGBTQ flag and as firm as Martin Luther King's fist.”
Nídia released her debut album Nídia é Má, Nídia é Fudida in 2017.