• The soft-spoken singer said management at the label basically fired her in November 2019, just months after he was signed.
Former Sol Generation label artist, Crystal Asige has made it clear that she now has no problem with her former bosses, Sauti Sol.
In an interview with Japanese broadcaster Massawe on Radio Jambo, the singer however revealed that she has not spoken to all four members of the Sauti Sol group for a long time.
She said that despite her dispute with the band of four artists in the past, she does not have any fight now. "I'm fine with those guys, I don't have a problem with them," Crystal said.
The nominated senator noted that she was only fighting for her rights when she sued his former bosses.
"I have not spoken to them for a long time. But I know there is no such thing. It's that I just wanted my right," she said.
While opening up about her conflict with Sauti Sol when it started, the singer with the beautiful voice said, "They asked me to leave the label, they didn't see our collaboration continuing, I said it's fine."
Last year, Crystal Asige who was appointed to the senate after the August 2022 general election to represent people living with disabilities, sued the band Sauti Sol asking the court to reveal how much money they have received from the songs she contributed including; Lenga, Extravaganza, Ukiwa Mbali . , Intro and Favorite Song since 2019.
According to the court papers, she also wanted Sauti Sol to be ordered to pay her compensation asking them to send all the license information about the songs she complained about.
"While under the studio of the first defendant (Sol Generation), the plaintiff composed and performed on the popular songs 'Extravangaza' and 'Ukiwa Mbali' together with the second and fifth defendant, and his colleagues at that time known as Bensoul, Nviiri The Story Teller and the North group in 2019 and his contribution was confirmed as such," read part of Crystal Asige's court documents.
The soft-spoken singer said management at the label basically fired her in November 2019, just months after he was signed.