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Here is what inspired Bensoul to do the song NAIROBI



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Sol Generation’s Bensoul did a hot new jam dubbed Nairobi and it is pure flames, the song features Sauti Sol, Nviiri the Storyteller and Mejja. Here is what inspired him to do the song;

If you have heard him in interviews, he has severally said that he writes his songs based on his experience.

So was Nairobi a song based on an experience?

Well apparently, the singer was cheated on by his woman.

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He disclosed this during an interview with Mpasho.

“Yes I do, it is all about per person sharing. Hata mimi nimechezwa mara mingi but such is life.” He said.

During an online concert last month, Bensoul, Zeshary Jean and Muthoni The Drummer Queen performed ‘Nairobi’ and left fans wanting for more.

Bensoul sings about hearing how his lover is not exclusively his own, but is going around with other men too.

An actual common scenario in Nairobi’s love circles.

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‘Ogopa Nairobi’ is the message in this highly anticipated new jam.

The song has been written by Bensoul, Bien-Aimé Baraza and Mejja.


Bensoul is a Kenyan Singer-Songwriter, producer and Multi-instrumentalist signed to Sol Generation Records.

He is a multi-instrumentalist (Bass, Acoustic & Electric Guitar, Keys, Drums & Violin).

Bensoul was exposed to music when he was young and growing up in Embu town.

“I picked up instruments and learned how to play out of interest by myself. After high school, I came to Nairobi where I met H_Art The Band and we became friends. I later joined Sauti Academy and everything after that, including being signed by Sol Generation, has been unfolding through God’s grace. I cannot say that I planned any of the success I have had to date,” he reveals.

For the five years, he has been low-key in the industry, Bensoul has taken to learning the craft.

He has grown to learn how to play every instrument that he has come across, in a list that includes the acoustic guitar, bass guitar, piano, cello, violin, double bass, drums and ukulele.

He credits all this exposure and love for music to his love of interacting with other successful musicians and his zest to learn something new from them.

“I am not about fame. At the end of the day I would like to leave a legacy and make a difference through music that people can identify with,” he says of his music philosophy.

Watch below the song Nairobi.

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