(singular: manea) is a Balkan music style related with Serbian turbofolk or Bulgarian chalga.
Originally a Turkish live song, now enriched with Arab and Gipsy nuances today’s manele are a mixture of pop and folk music. Main subjects-matter are: my woman, my money, my enemies, my car, my money, your money, my my my my…
kind of (mainly pork) meat balls, grilled outdoor so everybody can enjoy the smell.
History tells us about the important military role of the mici as, so it seems, during curfews in WWII the (various and changing) enemy army was able to recognize and aim at Bucharest by looking at the mici smoke covering the sky.