Home » Entertainment » Radio And Weasel Hugely Profited Off Music Beefs In Uganda – Weasel
Weasel Says Radio Is Irreplaceable - He Said This Amidst Collaboration

Radio And Weasel Hugely Profited Off Music Beefs In Uganda – Weasel

Douglas Mayanja alias Weasel the surviving member of the Goodlyfe, has revealed that the duo between him and Radio profited off music beefs in Uganda. Ugandan music largely depended on beefs back in the years.

Its fair to say that these formed the most strong part of today’s industry. The likes of Chameleone, Bobi Wine and Bebe Cool then later Radio and Weasel were involved in beefs.

The singer adds that this partly helped to boost the competition. Although it was at times unhealthy due to the fights involved, it really did them more good.

The singer also added that however now they are mature men with responsibilities. They therefore can’t resort to attacking each other. Fans also got tired of these trends.

Weasel also credited today’s musicians but cited that there is some competition missing.

“I would be wrong if I say Radio and Weasel didn’t profit off the music beefs back then. It provided a lot of competition among us. We would reach concerts and when you find your enemy backstage, it would be war unlike now. We have all grown up and have people and kids that look up to us. Besides, fans are fed up with such things too. I also want to appreciate today’s musicians for the music although there is some competition missing,” he said.

Weasel however went ahead to say that the end of beefs also helped to sieve singers and non-singers. Those who didn’t know how to sing instead always went to the gym while those who could sing went to studio.

The Ntunga singer also said the industry misses Radio. On a scale of 100, Weasel says that Radio is missed 95%. And there will never be a replacement for him because he was multi-talented and could do different music genres.

Further, he also revealed that there are plans to honor Radio’s life every year with a concert.

Check Also;

This is not a Paywall, but Newslex Point's journalism consumes a lot of time, hard-work and money. That's why we're kindly requesting you to support us in anyway they can, for as little as $1 or more, you can support us .

Please use the button below to contribute to Newslex Point, Inc. using a credit card or via PayPal.

Donate Button with Credit Cards




About Eninu William

William is the Chief Editor at Newslex Point. He is a creative writer who enjoys exploring new ideas in the journalism space. A good story, he believes, comes with a great deal of research. Coffee and books are his good friends.

Check Also

Rosemary Namayanja: CEC Won't Punish Rebecca Kadaga

Hon Rebecca Kadagga Disappointed In Muslim Leaders Who Want Nyege Nyege Festival Banned

The second deputy prime minister Rt Hon Rebecca Kadagga is disappointed in Muslim leaders who ...