Believe it or not, Sauti Sol is saving the Kenyan music industry

May 30, 2019 at 20:28
Sauti Sol

I’ve listened to Sauti Sol’s new jam Extravaganza a couple of times since it was released. I kept hitting the replay button because the song sounds great. I really love it!

Sauti Sol

Sauti Sol

Each time I listened to the song I kept thinking how different it is from what the vulgar music that we have gotten used to in the last 1 year (or so).

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The new song by Sauti Sol, Bensoul, Nviiri The Storyteller, Crystal Asige and Kaskazini is about a party  but it was executed so beautifully.

The other thing that I loved about Extravaganza is the fact the different singers didn’t have to throw in dirty words like lamba lolo, geuka nikubeng and what have you to make the song enjoyable.

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I honestly miss kind of of music. It’s music that is sane, responsible and mature. People are just singing about ordinary things and it sounds so good to the ears.

As I listened to the song I a realized that Sauti Sol is trying to salvage the local music industry. Hope is not lost ladies and gentlemen!

The band has signed up a couple of singers to their label – Sol Generation Records – and they are trying to show them that you don’t have to be vulgar to get people’s attention.

I have immense respect for Sauti Sol because they have taken it upon themselves to mentor the likes of Bensoul, Nviiri The Storyteller, Crystal Asige and Kaskazini.

We are at a time when vulgar music has become the order of the day so that some artists thought it was okay to release a song and make fun of a university student who was hacked to death.

Sauti Sol could not sit back and watch these as the so called ‘new-age musicians’ ruined the industry so they act! Props to them!

Watch Sauti Sol’s new jam with Bensoul, Nviiri The Storyteller, Crystal Asige and Kaskazini below.

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  1. If the newskool artistes aren’t your preference,it’s ok but there’s no need on shitting on their grind.At the end of the day,if there wasn’t a big market for that kind of music then many newskool artistes wouldn’t make such songs.

  2. […] only is Sauti Sol saving the Kenyan music industry, but they have also introduced us to a new wave of artists who I’ll […]

  3. This is the same ghafla that on April said Sauti sol should not force Bensoul to the people….Lol eating your words is see

  4. Mr Big Daddy : June 11, 2019 at 7:23 pm

    I Like It

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