Google has paid tribute to Cape Verdean singer CesÃ¡ria Ã‰vora in their daily doodle on what would have been her 78th birthday.
Dubbed the â€œBarefoot Divaâ€ because she would often perform without shoes, the musician died in 2011 at the age of 70.
She was hailed as the best performer of â€œmornaâ€, a form of blues considered the national music of the Cape Verde islands, a former Portuguese colony which gained independence in 1975.
Ã‰vora did not begin her recording career until 1988, and went on to achieve international fame over two decades, winning a Grammy Award in 2004 for her album Voz Dâ€™Amor.
Last year she was featured in the BBC video series African Women who Changed the World.