King Saha's reaction when Nakazibwe told him he sings like Mowzey Radio
Saha is a king and, in his book, kings don't admire, they are admired.
Faridah: Hasn't someone ever told you you sing like Radio?
Saha: They told me but I explained to them.
Faridah: How did you explain?
Saha: Our voices are different. Should I sing for you? [Sings.] Does Radio sing like that?
Faridah: I feel like that's how he sings. You should be proud because he has an excellent voice.
Saha: If I'm proud of singing like Radio, who will be proud of singing like Saha? I'm Saha, the king.
Faridah: Your son.
King Saha: I'm king Saha. I don't sing like anyone else.
The Zakayo hitmaker, who explores diversified music genres, including Zouk, RnB, Reggae, Afrobeat and Bossanova, was born in 1989 and hails from Rakai district.
King Saha, real name Mansour Ssemanda, went to Good Day Nursery School in Kigungu, Entebbe, St Agnes Primary School, Agali Awamu Primary School, Nkumba Secondary School, Kajjansi Progressive Secondary School and Buganda Royal Institute (where he studied business administration).
His music career started with singing in the church choir and school as early as primary school. He professionalised in 2012 after graduating from the Institute.
When they left Leone Island, they worked with Jeff Kiwanuka of Team No Sleep before becoming independent.
The Pretty Pretty hitmaker is set to hold a concert on Friday, December 8, and it will be the last concert by a local musician.
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