The sauti sol band has crushed with the Azimio campaign organizers over the use of their song during the announcement of the running to Rt. Hounarable Raila Amollo Odinga for the forthcoming elections in August. The group made up of four musicians that is: Polycarp Ochieng Otieno, Willis Austin Chimamo, Bien Aime Alusa and Mudigi Savara
The group went to the social media and condemed the action as violation of the copyright rights. The song in dispute is titled 'EXTRAVAGANZA' produced some time back last year. The group has recieved too much rebuke from their fans who are saying that they are just clout chasing. Others dismissed the allegations as very cheap and said that the group should not settle for such dismal matters.
Their followers have posted screenshots showing that they have unfollowed the group on YouTube. It seams that those who support 'baba' are not happy, consequently, they have thrown all negative expletives to the group. The question is? who is right?.
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