Celebrated Boy Band Sauti Sol has cancelled their YouTube concert that was set to go down on Saturday 28th March following the rising cases of Coronavirus in the country that has seen the numbers rise to 25.

The concert was supposed to be a compensation after the cancellation of their UK tour.

The band revealed that the move was to keep their team safe as well as their friends and families.

Sauti Sol cancels YouTube concert set for Saturday over rising cases of coronavirus
Sauti Sol cancels YouTube concert set for Saturday over rising cases of coronavirus

"Following the cancellation of our UK tour date at Jazz café on the 28th we were optimistic that we could stream to a live Concert on Youtube to make up for the disappointment. Unfortunately, with the rising cases of Covid- 19, we must cancel the YouTube concert scheduled for this Saturday 28th March" shared Sauti Sol.

The Universal Music Group’s recording artistes, added that they would drop the second single off their album next Friday on 3rd April to make the quarantine period entertaining and pleasant.

"We have to prioritize the urgent need for our band, friends, families and teams safety. But hey, we still love you and we wanna make your lockdown and isolation worthwhile by dropping the second single off our upcoming album #midnight Train next Friday. April 3rd. Tell a friend. #Stayhome#Lockdown#Togetherathome” said the band.

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Their hit song “Suzanna” was the first single off their Album dubbed Midnight Train. It has received massive love and recognition from fans garnering over 5 million views on YouTube.

Instagram Live Concert

On Sunday 22nd March, the awesome band came together to host a live concert, a move that was meant to encourage Kenyans stay at home after many were spotted in different entertainment joints over the weekend despite the Government warning people to stay at home.

Fans came out in huge numbers to be part of the live session as many commended the band for the move.