The Soil is set to conquer the world


After gaining serious international attention for their Black Entertainment Television Award nomination, local a cappella group The Soil are looking to extend their horizons and have recently announced their upcoming UK tour.

Major British distributor Proper Music Distribution recently secured the rights to sell The Soil’s smash-hit second album, Nostalgic Moments, to the European market – a massive break for any local artist.

The group has lined up a long list of media engagements. They will be interviewed by the Financial Times and Evening Standard and their music will be played on outlets such as the BBC World Service.

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