Radio, who died in 2018, sired two children with the former Blu*3 singer. They are Asante and Izuba.
Wounds ‘still hurt till today,’ Lilian Mbabazi speaks on music break
Lillian Mbabazi needed time to deal with some challenges, including the death of the father of her two children Moses Nakintije Ssekibogo, also known as Mowzey Radio.
Mbabazi and Radio's relationship wasn't only romantic. They also did music together. Radio wrote multiple songs for his baby mama. Some of the most popular songs they did together are 'I'm in Love', 'Vitamin' and 'Wiggle Wiggle'.
The 'Within Us' singer noted that while she is still dealing with some of the challenges, it wasn't that bad to send her into depression as some reports were claiming.
"I needed time for myself after what happened... Sometimes you need to step back,.. to heal a little bit... They (wounds) still hurt till today," she said during an interview with Galaxy FM.
"Of course, when papa Asante passed away, that was a very tough time. You take your time and heal with the people around you," she added when she was asked if she sank into depression.
Mbabazi, who launched her music career as a teenager after in 2004 after winning the TV show Coca-Cola Popstars with former band members Jackie Chandiru and Cindy Sanyu, said she prays a lot and that's been helpful.
"I trust God a lot. God is my savior. We've been there praying," she said.
The RnB singer is set to fully release a mini-album in October after years without dropping music. She already outed one song off the album called 'The One'.
The EP will have six songs and the first song was released on Friday, August 26.
The album, which is the first in "almost six years", was worked on by local producers.
Asked who her favourite young artistes are, Mbabazi named Winnie Nwagi, Sheebah Karungi, Azawi and Fik Fameica.
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