May 4, 2014
#Video | Sauti Sol's Video "Nishike" Banned for Porn Content

Kenya's favorite pop band and 2014 MAMAs nominees Sauti Sol released on April 2014 probably one of the raunchiest videos of the year.

The visual for their song “Nishike” (touch me), third single off Sauti Sol's upcoming third album, features the four band members shirtless playing with equally hot vixens. It’s not too surprising that the video was banned from TV screens in Kenya. According to lead vocalist & guitarist Bien Aimé, who divulged  the news at the inaugural Mdundo Awards, the video was axed out of TV because of its alleged pornographic content. The video was directed by Enos Olik/Bokeh Family 2014 and styled by Anabelle Onyango.

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