Kenyan Boy Band Kaskazini has been disbanded after two of its members left the group.
According to a post shared online, the two members Israel Onyach and Eugene Ywaya left the group following a mutual agreement.
The band says it was not an easy decision to make but it was the only way to go.
They further thanked their fans for the support they have been receiving since their introduction into the Sol Generation and their years of working together.
“To our beloved fans, you’ve been our family since the days of ‘pombe’ to our first official single, ‘if I had your number’ Words cannot explain the gratitude that we have towards you guys for your constant love and support. This decision was not an easy one for us, regardless, we’re grateful for what we’ve achieved so far. It was a collective and mutual agreement made by the team Kaskazini that Israel Onyach and Ywaya Eugene have left the band to embark on a different journey,” said Kaskazini.
Kaskazini now remains with Chris Clave who has been the band’s lead singer.
Earlier this year, Kaskazini was rumored to have quit Sol Generation, barely a year after the Sauti Sol owned label introduced them.
The group’s social media bio however still indicates that their bookings are still done through Sol Generation.
They are the second artistes to exit Sol Generation after the label’s first lady Crystal Asige made her exit late last year.