Wamlambez hit-makers Sailors re-upload all their songs on new YouTube channel


It has been a major concern for Kenyans who are fans of Sailors 254.

The group came into the Gengetone hype and they have risen fast with the great tracks they have gotten so much love and a huge fan base.

Their Kenyan fans were concerned that all their great work was under Mwalimu Rachel’s Youtube channel and that for them did not make sense. For the first song, since they were not known much then, it was expected.

But with them having gained a large fan base then they ought to earn from their hard work so content ought to have been in their channel.

Sailors Gang known for their hit songs Wamlambez and Pekejeng

It was a big deal that was taken on Twitter and Sailors fans felt the group was being exploited by the Mwalimu Rachel who sums up as their manager.

Ever since any Sailors content was published on her channel, she significantly gained followers and that sort of proved she needed the groups clout to grow her brand. Because she still posted her personal content on the page.

Sailors official YouTube Channel

We had an interview with Sailors and they revealed they have finally opened their own YouTube page because it does not take a leg and an arm just an email address.

At least now we know they will gain from their views hopefully someone will teach them how to monetize because the group has fans even internationally especially because of their song, Wamlambez.

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