When any Sauti Sol member is in studio you are guaranteed great vibes and fun times. But also expect some deep stuff just like Savara did on Friday.
The 'Balance' singer took sometime from promoting his upcoming Drip Fest show to tackle mental health issues, especially in men.
Speaking to Kamene and Obinna, Savara revealed that even Sauti Sol has a life coach and someone they talk to when they have issues.
He called on everyone to always speak up and seek help whenever they feel overwhelmed or struggling with anything in life.
"So many men out there hawabongi, a friend of mine last year died alijiua na mimi sikuwai reach out and I felt so bad." Savara said.
He called on ladies to always give a listening ear to men saying sometimes that's all men need.
Tomorrow, Sunday June 12th 2022, the much anticipated Drip Fest aka Drip goes Savage by Savara and Radio Africa events will be going down.
The event will be taking place at the Nairobi Street Kitchen, featuring Sauti Sol's Savara Mudigi.
The award-winning musician cum producer will be launching his new album 'Savage Level' at the drip fest.
An excited Savara said he cannot wait to perform his 14-song album for the first time ever.
But what should his fans expect from the show?
"I just wanna interact with fans, especially with this album, I am fascinated with how the fans are going to interact with the album. I want it to be like a fellowship because this is the first time I am performing for them," Savara said.
Savara says after all these years in the industry, he feels like this is the first time fans have understood who he is via his 'Savage Level' album.
"Through my album, people have understood who I am." He said. Adding, "it took me a year to do this album since it is a Covid-19 baby and I think this is the first time people are going to understand who I am."
See the poster below for details and make sure to grab your tickets.