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Weasel Manizo Teams Up With King Saha To Replace Mowzey Radio

Weasel Manizo Team Up With King Saha To Replace Mowzey Radio

Douglas Mayanja alias Weasel Manizo has finally decided to take another step in his music career with the renown vocalist, King Saha, who proves to be his perfect match in the entertainment business. Some years ago, the late vocalist and Goodlyfe crew member, Mowzey Radio passed on after suffering head injuries caused by one of the bouncers at De-bar brawl located at Entebbe.

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However, the Wigl Wigle singer decided to take another step with King Saha to maintain his career. One of their successful projects include “Mpa love”, that was recorded by Nessim pan production.

Many angry fans were surprised whether Goodlyfe management  was replacing  the late Mowzey with the “Biri biri” singer King Saha.

The two artistes, Weasel and Saha have already recorded over 15 songs and they will be outed this year.

“King Saha is one of the most talented artistes I have ever met.I love working with him,” Weasel Manizo said about it.

They have also released another song called “Onkubisa”, which is expected to work out well.

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