22 May 2018

Kenya: Long-Awaited Sauti Sol-Nyashinski Collabo Is Finally Out

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Sauti Sol.

Sauti Sol have finally released their long-waited collabo with Nyashinski titled Short and Sweet.

The hit, which is part of their African Sauce album that will feature other African artistes, was uploaded in the music group's YouTube account on Monday.

Within hours, the views had surpassed the 100,000 mark with most users lauding the artistes' rich lyrical taste.

The lyrics of the song tell of a love story that is short and sweet but far much more the song is indeed short and sweet with each of Sauti Sol's four members and Nyashinski having one stanza loaded with the famous Team Mafisi proverbs.

Sauti Sol's Bien-Aimé Baraza sings the first stanza of the song whose setting is an old railway station.

Part of his lyrics narrates how this girl who once refused to kiss him is now sharing his toothbrush.

In the lyrics, the artists use the lines used by single men to woo their girlfriends for a sleep over including the tried and test "It's getting late to leave" and the bedsitter chronicles line that goes "I have no seat, just sit on my bed."

All through the song, each of the vocalists is flanked by a group of male and female video vixens in multi-coloured outfits who perform well choreographed dance moves.

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