Singer Irene Ntale has declared her love for Kenyan Afro-pop music group Sauti Sol.
While appearing on Citizen TV’s 10 over 10 show last Friday, Ntale revealed that she is in love with the group when it comes to their music and would like to collaborate with them any time they say yes.
“I love Sauti sol so much and I would love to probably do a colabo with them anytime soon.”
When asked which music genre she likes most, Ntale said, “I don’t really have a favorite, I do Afro- beat, I do Afro- pop, sometimes its reggae,Afro soul and sometimes RnB among others, I can’t say I like only one.
She also added that ever since she got signed to Universal music, she has been working with different producers in Nigeria, learning to do music in a different way and not just the Ugandan way but incorporating different sounds from different African Countries.
Ntale also revealed that apparently, she does not have any man in her life while responding to a question asked to her in regards to her love life.
“Right now I don’t have someone special, I had someone special, I think last year and things didn’t work out and right now am very single and just having fun in my life.
Sauti Sol is a Kenyan band group based in Nairobi, formed by vocalists Bien-Aimé Baraza, Willis Chimano and Savara Mudigi in 2005 and was later joined in by guitarist Polycarp Otieno.