Sauti Sol Midnight train

Kenya’s finest boy band Sautil Sol made up of Bien Baraza, Willis Chimano, Polycarp Otieno and Savara Mudigi are busy promoting their Midnight Train album.

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Sauti Sol during Suzanna shoot

The album has some of the coolest songs among them Suzanna, which has become Kenya’s national anthem.

The song so far has 10 million since it premiered on Feb 7 this year.

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In their song Suzanna, Sauti Sol talk about those who live large on social media but in real life things are different.

They also sing about this lady flaunting what her doctor gave her (surgery) and speaking about cosmetic and plastic surgeries, Chimano admitted to having done a little underarm botox.

“I have no problem and personally I’ve done it at some point. I sweat a lot an I had botox in my armpits to prevent sweating and I did it once. I’m scared of doing it over and over…at the end of it all, it is not something you should use to alter your looks because of pressure from other people,” he said.

He added that he would get tattoos.

An extract of the lyrics of the song goes like;

Nakuona Paris
Hapo kando ya champs-élysées
Ukitesa na kamini yeah, ye-yeah, yeah, yeah
None of my business
And I see you in London
Silicon on your bum bum
Shaking what your doctor gave you
On your worst behavior, Suzanna bhane
Senje halo, halo, halo (halo, halo, halo)
If you get to hear this song
Somebody loves you
(Suzanna bhane)
Senje halo, halo, halo (halo, halo, halo)
Change your mind and come back home
Somebody loves you

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The rest of the band members didn’t talk much about cosmetic surgery but said they have no problem with those who choose to do it.

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Watch the interview below.