Based: Uganda

Goodlyfe Crew is a Ugandan music group with lead performers being singers Moses Radio (born Moses Nakintije Ssekibogo) and Weasel (born Douglas Mayanja). Moses Radio provided smooth RnB vocals while Weasel’s contribution is a fusion of reggae, ragga and dancehall vibes. Because of their prominence, Moses Radio and Weasel have formed their own duo known as Radio and Weasel. The Lead singer Moses and Vocalist Radio died on 1 February 2018 from brain injuries after an assault by a bouncer at a club in Entebbe. Radio’s attacker threw him down about 3 metres (9.8 ft) onto a concrete pavement which resulted in massive intracranial hemorrhage.

Radio and Weasel also formed The Goodlyfe Crew. The crew saw many changes in its set-up but at various times included Chagga; Lenin Briton; and Lawrence (Goodlyfe Crew). Many of its members had their own solo projects

The duo Radio and Weasel songs have been successful on Ugandan radio.Starting with “Nakudata” in 2008, the duo released “Lwaki Onumya”, “Zuena”, “Nyambura” and “Bread and Butter”. In mid-2008, the duo collaborated with artists such as Rachel Kay; Blu*3; OS; Allan Toniks; GNL and Zambia’s General Ozzy. They performed live and collaborated with Ugandan artist Keko. of recently, they new African faces further with the likes of PJ Powers, with their song dubbed “Home to Africa”, with Jamaican superstar on their jam “Fire & Butter”. The super talented duo have further their road to success by collaborating with the Warner Music Group twin brothers Locnville in their single Done