The last edition of Club Beatz at Home featured Lydia Jazmine and B2C, who used their time on stage to show solidarity to the people of Nigeria as they protest police brutality
“Africa unite, spread peace and love as well as the hashtag #EndSars” were the words printed on B2C’s white sleeveless t-shirts as they stood in solidarity with the people of Nigeria who are protesting police brutality.
The trio were part of last weekend’s edition of Club Beatz at home alongside Lydia Jazmine.
They kicked off their performance with their breakout single “Togeza”, followed by “Wuja”, “Awo”, a new collaboration with David Lutalo, “Gutamiza”, “Gutujja” and closed it with their 2020 hit “Munda Awo”.
Their time on stage laid an energetic foundation for Lydia Jazmine, who smoothed things as she started off with “Masuuka”, accompanied with dancers. She then did “Nkubanja” and “Bintu Byange” among others.
“It has been a long time since I last performed on a big stage like this so it is an honour to be performing for my fans at home,” Lydia Jazmine said.
As usual, Fenon Events did not disappoint on its production but it was Jazmine’s second and last session that were mind-blowing.
She appeared in a telephone booth with the picture effects on the screen displaying moving cars on one of the busy streets abroad. A phone is heard ringing and that is when Jazmine surprised us with Adele’s “Hello”, a song she did fair justice. She then jumped back to her original compositions “Hit and Run” and closed it off with “You and Me”, her unforgettable collaboration with Daddy Andre.