𝙇𝙞𝙣𝙠: https://www.facebook.com/497615353664351/posts/pfbid0o7A85Ct5q4Ju7TvNyfWJ5k1NcRnca8NvX1sHAAnAbqnv96fWY7tCp2UjNaQUhbPal/?app=fblTanzanian singer, Diamond Platnumz has finally revealed his favorite artist, he follows, from Kenya.Diamond who is a role model to many fellow artistes has said that Sauti Sol’s Bien-Aime Baraza is his favourite Kenyan artiste.
In a video that has surfaced online, Diamond is seen singing to the singer’s song and said;
“Thats my favourite song from Bien of Sauti Sol. He is my favourite Kenyan artiste. I love the song,” he said as he went on to sing Bien’s hit song ‘Inauma’
A year ago, Sauti Sol ventured into what they termed as an ‘Alone-Together which was the second chapter of their life of Sauti Sol.
The journey was a 4-part open letter to their fans and the world to enlighten them on who Sauti Sol (Savara, Chimano, Bien and Polycarp) really are; 4 phenomenal parts that make 1 Iconic whole.
Albums like Heavy Is The Crown by Chimano, Father Studies by Fancy Fingers, Bald Men Love Better by Bien- Aime and Savage Level by Savara were masterfully crafted musical and visual works that were sincere representations of them as world-class artists.
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