Maina Kageni and his co-host Churchill King’angi have been sharing their insecurities this past week. The duo who have Kenya’s biggest morning show, spoke about the biggest fears they have in their life.
Maina for his part said that his insecurity was financial in nature stating, “One of my insecurities is coming out of Covid-19 with the poverty that everyone is predicting.”
Mwalimu for his part had a hilarious insecurity that involved his wife saying; “Insecurity yangu ile kubwa sana ni mtu akuje aconfuse Mwongeli. Atakuwa amenimaliza kabisa!”
The presenters were speaking about their fears and worries in anticipation of Sauti Sol’s much-heralded 3rd single, “Insecure” from their new album. The song’s release is taking place on May 22nd.
Sauti Sol has partnered with Radio Africa Group on the release of the single in preparation for their 5th album ‘Midnight Train’ launch on June 5.
Fans can catch the release of the new song exclusively on Classic 105, Smooth FM, Kiss 100, Radio Jambo and Homeboyz Radio on Friday morning.
‘Suzanna’, the first single off the upcoming album, was released on February 6 taking the music scene by storm. It has so far attracted over nine million views on YouTube.
The second single, ‘Brighter Days’, which was released on April 17 has over 1.2 million views on YouTube.
Sauti Sol says that the release of ‘Insecure’ is in line with their commitment to “to brighten up these times of gloom and doom with music.”
They say that the current situation of regional containment, national curfew, social distancing guidelines and a ban on international travel has crippled their business as entertainers.