One thing we are surely not getting over anytime soon is the sad fact that Mowzey Radio is no longer physically part of this world. Musically, we all feel the void, and some other people feel it emotionally. For Ykee Benda, he lost a hero.
The struggle is real when it comes to music, but I believe in shining. I walk with God and I try to be descent, that is why I am top of the game in a short while. My biggest inspiration to music was the late Mowzey Radio who started his music in 2007 when I was in school, working hard to be an engineer. I looked up to his music and said to myself, I want to sound like Radio. I started training with his music.
It was sad to me, it was that one morning that you feel like you have lost your own brother. I met Mowzey twice not because I couldn’t meet him more times, but I avoided meeting him. From what people used to say about him, he was very tricky and short tempered and therefore I chose not to frequently meet him, because I did not want to experience his bad side. I wanted him to remain special to me, and he is still so special to me.