Jose Chameleone Hails Late Radio Mowzey's Songwriting Skills

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By Gloria

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Celebrated Ugandan artist Jose Chameleone has hailed late Radio Mowzey's songwriting skills, noting that his lyrics were so poetic.

In an interview with NBS After5, the Leone Island boss spoke highly about Radio's music which he says had so much talent even without the beats.

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"Radio was very special to be honest. Ugandans interpret music lightly but music consists of poetry. I keep telling people that if you want to feel the music or get the real meaning in a song, strip off the beats and melodies and listen to the words. That's when you know how much the song weighs.

"When you listen to Radio's music, remove the producers' melodies and read the context and message in the song, that is when you will know this man was special," Jose Chameleone said.

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On 1st February, 2022 Ugandans will commemorate four years since Radio Mowzey succumbed to head injuries at Case Clinic following a bar brawl in Entebbe hangout joint, De Bar.

So far, netizens have already started celebrating the late legend by having his photos on the social media platforms.

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