Despite what you might have heard from Andrew Kibe about Sauti Sol heading in the wrong direction, the high-flying boyband is making big moves.

In addition to working on their solo albums, the four-man band has ventured into the tech world through a mobile app dubbed Hustle by HustleSasa Limited.

Sauti Sol unveiled the app on Wednesday, November 10 at the Nairobi Street Kitchen.

The ‘Midnight Train’ hitmakers are creative co-founders of HustleSasa alongside businessman Peng Chen, founder of the Alchemist Bar and husband to former TV girl Michelle Morgan.

Hustle is a mobile app designed to help creatives connect and sell directly to your audience and get paid instantly.

“Hustle makes selling online easy for creatives. You can sell anything from digital products, like music and photography, to physical products, such as paintings, food and crafts. Simply create your profile, upload your products and share your site with your fans!” says HustleSasa on its website.

Sauti Sol added: “We are thrilled to be part of this game-changing amalgamation of art and tech to help the next generation of African creatives get paid to do what they love.”

HustleSasa is available for download on both the Google PlayStore and App Store.

 

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