Female group speaks on how they handle 'hate'

The group of sisters talk about their fair share of criticism.

Shiikane are a new UK girl group, consisting of sisters of Nigerian origin, twins Shayshay, Princess Annamay with their sister Baby-K who hail from South East London.

They write, arrange and co-produce their own songs. Two months ago, they released a lovely single titled 'Sabi' featuring Oritsefemi. They have other singles such as 'Sugakane', and 'Omo Shelen Geh'.

A couple of weeks ago, they had an exclusive interview with Pulse TV. In the clip below, they talk on why they get criticized by some people online, and how they handle it.


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