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HART THE BAND SHARES THE REASON WHY THEY DON’T HAVE THEIR OWN GENRE OF MUSIC

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Kenyan popular Music group Hart The Band has shared the reason why their music is usually not based on a genre.

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Speaking in an interview with Buzz with Stars with our very own Journalist Betty Kithinji, they said that they don’t have a genre because they are focused on releasing music that can be played anywhere without being exempted or outlisted.

“Hatunanga category za music.” One of Hart Band’s artists said

They also promised the public that they would be launching an album soon that would shock the world.

Speaking about the SautiSol’s decision to pursue their solo projects, they said that there ain’t nothing wrong with it as a time comes when one wants to work on their personal projects, as it is something that happens. They also assured the public that the team might be coming back on board soon, as they shouldn’t stress themselves much.

They also shared the challenges or things that come with working as a band as something that one needs to commit themselves to, as it is not an easy thing.

“Being in a band is not easy… You have to ensure that everybody is comfortable every single time. You have to be as humble as you can be.”

HART THE BAND’S INTERVIEW

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