Dealing with many people can be a problem and many music groups in Kenya have suffered from the same over the years. This is due to difference in personalities of the different people involved in the group. Some artists also feel like it is time for a solo career so the artist leave the group. Some music groups have survived the troubles and are still together to date and also are still making hit songs. Here are some three music groups that have survived for a remarkably long time.
Sauti sol is a music group made up of four gentlemen. The four are Bien-Aime Baraza, Willis Chimano, Savara Mudigi and Polycarp Otieno. The group was formed in 2005 and has been there over the years, making great and uplifting songs. Their latest album Midnight train received a very good welcome from their fans all over.
Elani is a music group made up of a gentleman and two lovely ladies. Their names are Brian Chweya, Wambui Ngugi and Maureen Kunga. They have been together for close to ten years since they were active in 2011 to date.
H_art the band
It is a music group with three gentlemen who are Mordecai Mwini Kimeu, Wachira Gatama and Kenneth Muya. They came to the light in 2014 with their song uliza kiatu. They have a new album called Made in the Streets.
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