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Secrets behind Lydia Jazmine's energetic performances unveiled

November 18, 2019 6:00 PM @ugandaonline

Lydia Jazmine reveals the force behind her energetic stage performances, a very simple dish is responsible...

Lydia Jazmine rocks a red sleeveless top

Lydia Jazmine. On the right is the Olindaki star performing at Theatre Labonita where she left her fans yearning for more

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Lydia Jazmine is the voice behind hit songs like Nkubanja, Masuuka, Wankolera, Olindaki and Jimpe among others and when on stage, you can't fail to notice the energy in her dance moves.

Three days back, Lydia Jaz revealed what she does to keep that energy flowing from the time she hits the stage to when she leaves and that is none other than having Chapati and beans that she sends down with a cold coke.

The singer who was no invited for Rema Namakula's intro was clad in a blue short skirt while enjoying the dish commonly known as Kikomando.

"Mujje tulye Ekikomando," Jaz captioned the short clip.

"This is the reason behind my good looks, it's healthy, try it."

But going by her energetic performance at the just concluded Da Mighty Family comedy show, her dance moves could easily be linked to the Kikomando dish.

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At Theatre Labonita, Jazmine was clad in a black mini skirt suit and black heels pulling those moves as though she was in sneakers, the fans loved it.


At some point, she was like doing the Tetema dance, then pushed back and forth using a lot of energy before turning around on her heels.

Jazmine later removed the black jacket and remained in a top that revealed a bit of her cleavage.

She then went on to perform some of her songs that include Ebintu Byange which comes with its own dance leaving the fans yearning for more.

That was how her Friday rolled and over the weekend, Jaz was performing at a wedding and then Lexus club in Mukono and at a corporate end of year event in Mukono.


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