It looks like artistes have realized that you either make a comeback now riding on Mowzey Radio’s death or you stay silent. A couple of them have since hit studio to record tribute singles, to the fallen Goodlyfe songster. The latest to follow is Ssemanda Mansur alias King Saha.
He has recorded a single titled “Otutwala Wa Walumbe?”, in which he questions death as to where “it” is taking artistes and also caring less about the pain caused. To say the least, it sounds good to the ear, it’s emotionally appealing, with an RnB touch and catchy lyrics that can get one emotional. It is sort of more appealing compared to others that have been released so far. Save for Ziza Bafana’s version which at least has an equally good sound. The singer last had a hit two years go in ‘Gundeeze’, and critics say it may be his comeback hit.
Moses Ssekibogo Nakintijje aka Mowzey Radio breathed his last at Case medical centre in Kampala a few weeks ago, after he was allegedly involved in a brawl with a bar owner George Egesa, and a club bouncer identified as ‘Troy’ real names Godfrey Wamala at a bar (De – Bar club) in Entebbe.
He was laid to rest at Nakawuka at his mother’s home, and Investigations into the assault that led to his death continue as the main suspects have been arrested and the hangout closed.
So far those who have recorded the songs of farewell have been Ziza Bafana, Coolerman Kawooya, as well as up comings.
Saha had no collabo with the duo Radio & Weasel and it’s remembered that he in fact interfaced a challenge of sounding like the deceased around the time of kick-starting his career at the exit of Leone Island crew.
It’s a common good practice now for artistes to pay tribute to their fallen comrades. Way to go Saha!
You can listen to the song here;