Kenyan songstress Shaniah Bito has released her second & latest love song tittled 'Polepole' which translates to 'Slowly' in the Swahili dialect.
The song marks her second release after dropping her debut track tittled 'Mkata' in 2019 .Her love for music dates from childhood where she first discovered her love for music and utilised it by performing in church and recital of poems in primary school however , Shaniah Bito's love for music was fueled more after she lost mother and its this sad event that re shaped her music career.
Pole Pole follows the songstress as she opposes the notion that most people have lost love due to what they have over heard without even experiencing love & Relationships. She advices her audience to instead focus on building bit by bit and strengthening thier love life and give a deaf ear to hearsy that is based on rumours.Pole Pole has debuted on Shaniah BitoYouTube channel.
Watch Pole Pole here ;
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