"I write songs everyday," Sauti Sol's artist Bien says
Sauti Sol artist Bien Aime, has stated that despite not being able to share all of his songs, he writes songs every day and makes sure he experiences his gift. “I can’t really count, I write songs everyday, just for myself though you know it’s not because I’m putting all this songs out, but everyday I have to taste my gift." he said.
In an interview with Spum Buzz, he stated that whatever he saw around him often inspired him to write songs. He also flashed back to his childhood, when he used to make up things in his imagination.
“…I don’t even try anymore like when I’m walking around I’m thinking of songs in my head you know, I’m thinking of hooks uh, I’m getting inspired by everything I’m seeing around me and I’m just writing songs in my head, I think I’ve always ended up from the time I was a kid, I always made stuff up in my head.” he stated.
On the other hand, Bien was questioned about Ezekiel Mutua's goal and assertion that it was feasible to turn Kenyan artists into billionaires. He responded by saying that his position in the music industry was a disappointment to all musicians, especially given Mutua's background in the film sector, and that he did not perform a good job because of the divisions he was causing in the industry.
“I think Kenya has a culture of elevating and celebrating mediocrity in many things that we do and it just shows who we are in nature. It shows in me and it shows in you, we need to get out of that , we need to catch ourselves and raise ourselves into a standard where we are just not allowing some things to happen,” he said.
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