Renowned Kenyan artist and music producer Fancy Fingers of Sauti Sol has released his third solo project, Love Language.

In many ways, this is Fancy Fingers’s love language and an ode to women and female artists.

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He says, “Love is something we all relate to because we have all been through it in some way or other and I hope that this album will uplift everyone who listens to it.”

The album features 12 collaborations featuring some of Africa’s biggest female singers.

They include Kenya’s Karun, Lisa Oduor-Noah, Femi One, Xenia Manasseh and Njerae; South Africa’s Simmy and Rapsy, Frya and Tamy; Moyo from Zimbabwe, Uganda’s Azawi, Nigeria’s Dunnie and Somalian-Ethiopian singer Bananas Overdose.

Fancy Fingers is committed to amplifying female voices and talent.

He says, “There are many instances in the industry when women in music are often sidelined. I wanted to take this moment to give them their flowers and spotlight them.

“Not enough female artists are breaking through as they should and with this album, I want to give them a chance to really be seen.”

Fancy Fingers is best known for his role as Sauti Sol’s lead guitarist, producer and performer.

He is also a masterful composer and singer and this can be heard in Love Language, where he is displaying to his fans his most artistic expression to date.

He has written, composed, mixed and mastered all the songs in the album, with the expert co-writing of his collaborators.

Love Language transcends borders while uniting talented artists from across the African continent. Each of the album’s 12 tracks is a radiant celebration of diversity, culture and sisterhood.

From soulful rhythms to vibrant melodies, Love Language weaves together a tapestry of love and empowerment.

It presents a sonic adventure in smooth, groovy and funky tracks that will pull at your heartstrings.

Fancy Finger says, “It is impossible to tell the story of love without hearing the female perspective.”
The album tackles the seemingly endless cycle of love.

From songs like “Love Language” with Dunnie, “Nyathii Dala” with Lisa Oduor-Noah, “My Fave” with Tamy Moyo to sensual songs like “Mechi” with Femi One and “Show Me Love” with Simmy; breakup songs like “Far Away” with Azawi, “Ego” with Bananas Overdose, “Be My Lover” with Frya to songs about longing to rekindle love like “It’s You” with Njerae.

Love Language is available on all digital streaming platforms.

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