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Spur Magazine: Mowzey Radio Tribute Mix

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Spurzine collaborated with DJ OMi to produce our Mowzey Radio Tribute Mix in commemoration of the legend that transcended the Ugandan music scene.

The late Moses Nakintije Ssekibogo aka Mowzey Radio was a great Ug music artiste and lead singer of the duo, The Goodlyfe Crew with Jose Chameleone’s brother Weasel TV Manizo (Douglas Sseguya Mayanja).

Radio died on 1 February 2018 at Case Clinic in Kampala, from a blood clot in his brain sustained in an altercation at a club in Entebbe a few days earlier. He was laid to rest at Nakawuka in Wakiso District.

He was one half of the Ugandan music group Goodlyfe Crew with Chameleone’s brother Weasel. Mowzey had up to 250 songs to his name, was a BET award nominee and one of Africa’s best vocalists and undoubtedly Uganda’s best songwriter with more than 400 songs written.

While still at Leon Island, Radio released his first solo song, “Sweet Lady” while he was a backup singer with Weasel, behind Jose Chameleone. After his career took off, he said it rose so fast he was also caught by surprise.

In an interview in 2014, he said “Can I tell you something? I don’t know how everything (stardom) happened. It was like magic. I woke up in the morning, I was the same guy who went to P2, who sat S4 (at Holy Cross, Wanyange, now Lake View Wanyange), but our music was hitting.”

Mowzey Radio Tribute Mix

This mix highlights the best tracks from Mowzey Radio over the years as a tribute to celebrate one of the best and most talented artists of all time in the Ugandan and African industry.

 

Download: Mowzey Radio Tribute Mix

 

Check out: Nkoye Lyrics – AVM Featuring Mowzey Radio

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