Nince Henry Explains Why He Never Worked with Late Radio Mowzey

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Popular Ugandan songwriter Nince Henry has explained why he never worked with the late Radio Mowzey, stating that the deceased was good at songwriting, therefore, he did most of the work himself.

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Nince Henry is one of the best songwriters in Uganda, and many have been wondering why he never worked with Radio and Weasel, despite working with other top artists like Bebe Cool, Rema, Bobi Wine, Iryn Namubiru, Irene Ntale and Jose Chameleone among others .

"If you are looking for Nince Henry the writer, and you find Mowzey Radio, then you don't need me. And vice verser. We were literally doing the same thing. It may have been a collaboration maybe, but unfortunately it didn't happen," Nince Henry told NTV’s The Beat.

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Nince Henry started out as a songwriter in his senior six. His first song was Bebe Cool's Sweet Lovin that blew everyone off.

Thanks to the song, Nince Henry made a name for himself and was able to get more artists interested in his services.

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"When I met Bebe Cool, he took me to the first music studio; Dream Studio and for all the other artists seeing me, it was all because of Bebe Cool. He introduced the shout out of my name as a songwriter in the song, 'Nince Henry The Writer', that is not something I can pretend that it has not had relevancy in my life," Nince Henry said.

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