Having achieved immense success in the music industry, Afro pop group Sauti Sol knows a thing or two about what local artists need to take their craft to the next level.
After attending a performance by reggae singer Chronixx at KICC last Saturday, Sauti Sol’s Bien and Savara agree that the 24-year old Jamaican thrills. As such, they are urging local artists to avail themselves to such occasions so they can learn from their international counterparts.
“ It is important for our local artists to grace such occasions just to have a glimpse of how the international artists go about doing their thing and be able to learn from them if they hope to succeed in the near future besides making a difference in the local music industry,” said Bien.
Noting that most local artists put out lacklustre shows, Savara said, “It is no secret that most local artists lack stage presence let alone performance which needs to be worked on if they hope to make it beyond.”
It is that simple! Awesome live performances go a long way in establishing an artist as a force to reckon with.