Kenyan raw-talented singer, Masauti has unleashed a newer studio number dubbed as “Sele” (Selelea).
On the newly impressive ding “Selelea,” Masauti brought the catchy vocals of super vocalist, Sammyoung who jumped on the sweet verse, making it more exciting and exquisite. However, “Selelea” is fetched from Swahili which means “stay somewhere for a long while.” “Sele”; a verb which is a popular term which is a short form of the aforementioned original word.
Nonetheless, let’s talk a little about Masauti. He is a Kenyan RnB vocalist majorly in Swahili. From Mombasa, Masauti started singing at a very young age. He was always bemused by musical instruments that takes to a place in his mind where he basks in euphoria because of how music could form a better place in his heart.
Lastly, the brand new single, “Sele” (Selele) comes as his first appearance in 2o22. Music Production was masterminded by Sammyoung meanwhile the official music video is already placed for us for our viewing pleasure.
Listen to “Sele” (Selelea) by Masauti featuring Sammyoung below.