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We are not yet married- Sauti Sol

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Kenyan singing group Sauti Sol said that Uganda has beautiful women, explaining why they think Kenyan women beef with Ugandan women. Bien Aime Alusa, a member of the group when asked about the beef, said: “It is understandable. What do you want us to do with a country like Uganda that has beautiful women wherever you go?” Later, after the show, Chimano commented on marriage saying: “We all don’t have children and we are not married. Marriage is something that happens without planning for it.”

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The group that had a well-attended Club Mega Fest show at Sheraton Kampala Hotel Gardens paid 933 KFM radio station a courtesy visit on Monday morning during the D’Mighty Breakfast show.

Armed with a guitar that was being played by Polycarp, Sauti Sol also beautifully performed some of their songs like Sura Yako and Isabella.
Their one-hour visit to the station was among other reasons aimed at KFM listeners getting engaged and close to the music stars.

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The show at Sheraton Gardens last Saturday was their third performance in Kampala, which they admitted is a beautiful city with a beautiful environment. “Kampala is an amazing city and Uganda is a beautiful country with people who love music. When we are here, we are home,” Alusa said.

Musically, as a group, Alusa said that it is not all about Sauti Sol being the hottest singing group in East Africa, but rather about making a contribution to the growth of East African music and artistes.
“Music is everything to us. The best way to make music is to make it accessible to all people. I would really urge all artistes that before you buy a good car, you should have good music management. You need to invest in yourself first for your music to grow,” Alusa said.

rnasasira@ug.nationmedia.com

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