Lydia Jazmine is a Ugandan recording artist, born 27 July 1991 in Mukono, only 20km from Kampala.
#1. Who is Lydia Jazmine?
Lydia Nabawanuka alias Lydia Jazmine is a Ugandan recording artist. She was born in Mukono, just 20 km away from Kampala, the capital of Uganda. She was born to Kasugi William and Nakanwagi Scolastica.
#2. How old is Lydia Jazmine
Her birth year is 1991 and she is now 30 years old.
#3. What tribe is Lydia Jazmine?
Lydia Nabawanuka is a proud Muganda of the Bantu tribe, based in Uganda.
#4. Where was Lydia Jazmine born?
She was born on 27 July 1991 in Mukono town, just 20km from Kampala, Uganda’s capital.
#5. Jazmine started singing in high school
Her singing career began in high school after she joined the school choir, then she joined church choirs at the Passover Harvest Centre and Watoto Church. After graduation, Jazmine joined a band called Gertnum, singing background vocals in this band.
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#6. Who is the father of Lydia Jazmine?
She was born to Kasugi William and Nakanwagi Scolastica.
#7. She was a backup singer for Radio and Weasel
Jazmine joined Radio and Weasel’s music group as a backing vocalist for the songs “Ntunga” and “Breath Away”. Later, she sang background vocals for Bebe Cool and Sheebah Karungi.
In 2014, she released a duet with Rabadaba called “You Know”.
#8. She debuted at Coke Studio Africa in 2017
In 2017, Jazmine was selected to represent Uganda in “Coke Studio Africa 2017”, accompanied by Mozambican singer Liloca, and partnered with South African producer Sketchy Bongo.
This non-competitive music show, sponsored by Coca-Cola, brings together diverse musicians on the continent, in collaboration with local musicians and music producers.
#9. She graduated from Multitech Business School
After completing high school at Cityland College in Matugga, Wakiso District, she graduated from Multitech Business School in Kampala with a Bachelor of Business Administration and Management degree in February 2016.
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