Miss Perfumado is an album by Cesária Évora, released in 1992. It sold over 300,000 copies worldwide. It included one of her most celebrated songs, "Sodade", composed by Armando Zeferino Soares.
Both the seventh song and the album are named after a song that was made by B. Leza. The sixth song "Angola" was composed by Ramiro Mendes, it helped Évora to achieve her first gold record in France. That track would later be adapted into a 1997 single "Pa Manyen" by former President of Haiti, Michel Martelly which later became a hit.