19 May 2018

Kenya: Sauti Sol - It's Time to Move On, We've Done All There Is to Do

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Sauti Sol.

Kenya's multiple award-winning boy band, Sauti Sol, have hinted a possible major shift in their music engagement in the coming days after what has been a hugely successful career.

Speaking on Friday while promoting their new single Short and Sweet - a collaboration with Nyashinski - the group said that it is high time for them to move on.

Speaking to Kiss FM, Bien Aime Baraza, the group's lead vocalist said that they will soon be opening a record label, possibly before the end of the year.

Bien revealed that they have already signed in a few artistes and each band member will play a different role to grow the new talent.

The group said that what many people do not know is that they have been working with so many artistes underground and by August people will meet them.

"This is where we announce that we are retiring as Sauti Sol and tuna relocate at some point. Tumeshafanya kila kitu, mnataka tufanye nini? Maybe we should follow the footsteps of Nyashinski, relocate and come back bigger," Bien said.

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