Government has issued a notice warning Goodlyfe Entertainment Management not to dare release “Moses The Great” music album dedicated to deceased member Mowzey Radio.
The Government Administrator General, Bayiga Irene, issued a court order barring the music group from releasing Radio’s music contrary to an earlier plan in which the late singer’s songs would keep coming out every year.
“This is to notify the general public, all media houses and /or platforms that no entity should release any music belonging to the late Moze Radio without express authorisation from the Administrator General,” the letter reads in part.
“[Assets] or [property] means all property movable and immovable of a deceased person which is chargeable with and applicable to the payment of the deceased person’s debts and legacies or available for distribution among his or her heirs and next of kin and includes books, papers and documents.”
Album hangs in balance
Radio’s album “Moses The Great” was scheduled to be released next week January 25, 2019.
Management on Saturday insisted that the album listening party is still on next Friday at DNA Lounge in Kololo.
DNA Lounge is a bar owned by Leone Island singing doctor Joseph Mayanja aka Jose Chameleone.
Chameleone, the elder brother to Douglas Mayanja aka Weasel TV, mentored both Radio and Weasel.
“Radio & Weasel Management” released a statement saying they have been working with their lawyers to sort this out.
“The Album Listening Party has been cleared by the state. They claim they were misled by some people.”
“Radio & Weasel Presents An Album Listening Party Dedicated To Our Broda RADIO This Coming Friday. Come Let’s Celebrate His Legacy On His Birthday Tickets & Table Bookings Are Going On Online. To All Our Fans Who Want to celebrate with us Let’s All link up @dnaloungekla,” tweeted Radio & Weasel verified twitter account on Friday January 18, 2019.
Goodlyfe Crew is a Ugandan music group whose lead performers were singers Moses Radio [RIP] and Weasel.
Moses Radio provided smooth RnB vocals while Weasel’s contribution was a fusion of reggae, ragga and dancehall vibes.
Because of their prominence, Moses Radio and Weasel formed their own duo known as Radio and Weasel.