Sautisoul artist FancyFingers has admitted that they agreed to each other to work individually, and that their band is still strong.
Speaking on one radio station on Thursday, he said that there was no violence between them and that the move was aimed at testing their personal talents, and bringing more creativity to their art.
For his part, FancyFingers has said that they are still helping each other write and produce music. This comes after many fans speculated that the group no longer exists, and that their long-standing dominance in the entertainment industry is over.
The guitarist in the SautiSoul group has said that his personal dances were inspired by him as a parent for the first time, and that he is learning and enjoying the journey.
He has also made it clear that the MidNightTrain album was released six years ago but released in 2020.
What the fans are really looking forward to is seeing these artists come back to work together or this will be the beginning of another journey.
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