Sauti Sol’s Bien, Savara Open Up on Their Insecurities Ahead of New Song ‘Insecure’

Award-winning Kenyan boy band Sauti Sol is on Friday expected to drop a new single dubbed ‘Insecure’.

‘Insecure’ is the third song in their new album dubbed ‘Midnight Train’ which is expected to be launched on June 5, 2020.

The group has already released two songs namely; ‘Suzanna’ and ‘Brighter Days’ which have performed extremely well on digital platforms.

In a bid to popularize ‘Insecure’, members of the group recorded short video clips narrating their insecurities.

According to Savara, he is insecure about his ideas considering that he is a member of a group, and as such, any idea he raises ought to be acceptable by the other members.

He further noted that he is insecure about his love life, and some aspects of family, as some of his relatives are highly sensitive to particular issues.

On his part, Bien took us back to his childhood, where he noted that he was insecure about his body, since he was very thin, and was always the subject of ridicule by fellow students.

“Growing up, I was insecure that I was so thin. In high school, the biggest boys got the biggest everything; the food, the respect is based on how aggressive you are. Because I was so thin, I was insecure about my size, every time we went to a girl’s school, I used to wear my sweater. I couldn’t take off my sweater because I was scared people would see my frail physique,” he said.

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