A couple of weeks ago, King Kaka bashed Sauti Sol after they allegedly removed his poster from the group’s social media platforms. He also accused them of not doing much to help the local music industry.

Sauti Sol performs for a Field Recording on the Pfluger Pedestrian Bridge in Austin, Texas, during SXSW 2012

In his accusation, King Kaka questioned the all-boys band over their help in the industry. In a rejoinder, Sauti Sol invited King Kaka to pay them a visit at their offices so that they can share notes with him on how to make it in the music industry. According to the Kenya’s most popular band, King Kaka is struggling to assist other artists who are better than him.

During an interview, Sauti Sol’s lead vocalist Bien Baraza hit at King Kaka saying that as Sauti Sol they help others for love not doing something for the industry.

 “It doesn’t mean Kaka Signing a musician is doing something for the Industry. We came up with a project called Studio Mashiani which was a platform for Kenyan youth and it was taken away from us. We do it because we love it, so that his sorry a** can get a chance at it later in his life” said Bien