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Lydia Jazmine, Vampino add chill to Nile Premier League party

Rugby enthusiasts enjoy the league party. Photo | Isaac Ssejjombwe

Lydia Jazmine had taken a music break and it looks like it is what she needed as things are slowly beginning to work out for her. Last Saturday evening, Jazmine was one of the headlining acts at the end of the Nile Special premier League Party at the picturesque Kings Park Arena in Bweyogerere alongside Vampino.

Wearing a body-hugging outfit, Lydia Jazmine without even saying a word was cheered on by the crowd as soon as she took to the stage, serenading the crowd with some of her hit songs, including Kapeesa, Masuuka, Binji, You And Me, Banange and her latest Gwokya Ngamuliro among others.

With an already electrified crowd, Vampino was next on stage and he did not have to do much to work the crowd. His song selection, dancers and crowd interaction was what it took for him to be the best performer of the night.

The dancehall artiste treated the audience to an eclectic mix of music, ranging from pulsating beats to soulful melodies.  The energy in the air was infectious, and revellers were seen dancing and singing along with pure joy to his songs such as Kwekunyakunya, I Love You and Take It Easy among others.

Earlier on, the crowd had received an impressive musical session from a lineup of DJs, including Jose who played mostly oldskool, Alza coming in with a session mostly urban songs and then Aludah whose mixes involved all genres before Vanessa and the band took it away with some cover songs.

The entertainment came after a fun-filled day of excitement, sportsmanship and unforgettable moments that brought together rugby players, fans and well-wishers for the event put together by the rugby chill, a non-partisan organisation promoting unity a among rugby enthusiasts to mark the end of the Nile special premier League.

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