Born in Masaka in 1991, Lydia Nabawanuka is a Ugandan music singer better known by her stage name Lydia Jazmine.
|Date of Birth:
|July 27, 1991
|Place of Birth:
|$3 million to $5 million
Lydia Jazmine’s Net Worth
The range of Lydia Jazmine’s estimated net worth is $3 million to $5 million. This is predicated on the money she makes from endorsements, music, and other businesses.
Lydia Jazmine Background and education
In 1991, she was born in Masaka. She completed her elementary education at Victoria Nile School. After that, she moved to the Saint Mary’s School Namaliga in the Mukono District’s Kimenyedde sub-county. She finished her high school education at Cityland College Matugga, located in Matugga, Wakiso District, one of the most esteemed secondary institutions in Uganda. The largest and capital city of Uganda, Kampala, is where she received her Bachelor of Business Administration and Management degree in February 2016 from Multitech Business School.
Lydia Jazmine Career
After joining the school choir in high school, Jazmine began to sing. She afterward joined the choirs at Watoto Church and the Passover Harvest Center. Following her high school graduation, she became a backing vocalist for the band Gertnum.
Afterward, Jazmine signed a deal to serve as a backup vocalist with the band Radio and Weasel. She provides backup vocals for the tracks “Breath Away” and “Ntunga”. Later on, she sang Sheebah Karungi’s and Bebe Cool’s background vocals. Around 2014, she released her debut single, a duet named “You Know” with Rabadaba.
Lydia Jazmine Other work
Jazmine was chosen in 2017 to represent Uganda in “Coke Studio Africa 2017” for the second year in a row. This time, she was paired with South African music producer Sketchy Bongo and given the role of Mozambican singer Liloca. This yearly Coca-Cola-sponsored music event is a non-competitive musical showcase that unites performers from all over the Continent to collaborate with seasoned local artists and producers of music.
Lydia Jazmine’s Personal Life
Fans of well-known public figure Lydia Jazmine, 32, were hoping for a marriage announcement after past relationships suggested that she was romantically involved with Eddy Kenzo.
According to recent rumors, Jazmine may have collaborated with musicians like Fik Fameica and Chozen Blood. Jazmine has not publicly addressed or verified these rumors, despite the conjecture. She’s never had a marriage.
Lydia Jazmine adopted Mirembe Mata, a two-year-old child, in 2019 to grow her family. Jazmine has stated her dedication to her work, but she hasn’t ruled out the prospect of having biological children.
Lydia Jazmine Social Media
- Instagram: @lydiajazmine
- Facebook: @lydiajazmineofficial
- Twitter: @lydiajazmine
- Spotify: Lydia Jazmine
- YouTube: Lydia Jazmine
Lydia Jazmine discography
- You Know
- Guno Omukwano
- Meu Marido
- Same Way: duet with Geosteady
- Omuntu: duet with Sheebah Karungi
- Control: duet with Spilla
- Silent Night: duet with Kiss Daniel
- Mwagala Biriyo
- Waiting for Your Love: with Liloca at Coke Studio Africa 2017
- You and Me
- This must be love
- Kampala kyekyo
- Sing for me
- Binji binji
- Oja kunzita
- Ebintu byange
- I love you bae
Who is Lydia Jazmine?
Ugandan singer-songwriter Lydia Jazmine gained notoriety with her song “Masuka.”
How old is Lydia Jazmine?
July 27, 1991, was Lydia Jazmine’s birthday.
Is Lydia Jazmine married?
Details of Lydia Jazmine’s relationship have been made public.
Where is Lydia Jazmine from?
Lydia Jazmine hails from Uganda’s Mukono.
What tribe is Lydia Jazmine?
Lydia Nabawanuka hails from Uganda and is a proud Muganda belonging to the Bantu tribe.
Jazmine started singing in high school
After joining the school choir in high school, she went on to perform in church choruses at Watoto Church and the Passover Harvest Center. Following her graduation, Jazmine became a backing vocalist for the band Gertnum.
Who is the father of Lydia Jazmine?
Her parents are Nakanwagi Scolastica and Kasugi William.
She graduated from Multitech Business School
She attended Cityland College in Matugga, Wakiso District, for her high school education. In February 2016, she earned a Bachelor of Business Administration and Management from Multitech Business School in Kampala.
She debuted at Coke Studio Africa in 2017
Together with the Mozambican singer Liloca, Jazmine was chosen in 2017 to represent Uganda in “Coke Studio Africa 2017” alongside South African producer Sketchy Bongo.
In partnership with regional musicians and music producers, this non-competitive music event, supported by Coca-Cola, brings together a wide range of performers from throughout the continent.
She was a backup singer for Radio and Weasel
Jazmine became a member of Radio and Weasel’s band to provide backup vocals on the tracks “Breath Away” and “Ntunga.” She subsequently sang backup vocals for Sheebah Karungi and Bebe Cool.
She released the duet “You Know” with Rabadaba in 2014.