KAMPALA — With the country still grappling with COVID-19, the entertainment industry was one of the most affected sectors but Club Beatz continues to offer artists a platform to perform and exhibit their talents.
Saturday night was yet another day for the fifth episode of the third season of Club Beatz at Home concert. This time the lineup had songstress Lydia Jazmine and trio B2C singers.
The B2C Boys (Delivad Julio, Boby Lash and Mr Lee) kick started the night performing their breakthrough single ‘Togeza.
They performed more of their hit songs including Wujja, Awo (feat. David Lutalo), Gutamiza (feat. Radio (RIP) and Weasel), Gutujja (feat. Rema Namakula) and their recent banger Munda.
At the end of their performance, Douglas Lwanga the show host revealed that the words written on the trio’s shirts; “End Sarz”, “Africa Unite”, and “Spread Peace & Love” were a big statement calling for unity on the continent.
“You saw the t-shirts that the B2C were wearing, “End Sarz, Africa Unite, Spread Love”, that’s the single message that we want to send out there. We all encourage you to spread love as Africans because we’re from the same space,” he said.
Their message comes at a time when Nigeria, Congo and several other parts of Africa are facing unrest of several kinds, it is only noble to stand with them and provide the much needed hope that things will get better from here.
After the B2C performance, songstress Lydia Jazmine who was in the company of dancers that were donned in bed sheet-like clothing later took the stage starting off with ‘Masuuka’ a song that matched the dancers’ dress code.
She then did ‘Nkubanja’ and ‘Bintu byange’, Hit and Run, You and Me among others.
Fenon Events as usual had the entire production of the show worked on to give online revelers the best value for their data bundles.
Fenon has mastered the art of stage creativity and this episode was one of those extraordinary works. Aside from handling the whole production from lighting, sound, stage, band, they made Lydia Jazmine’s appearance on stage one of those memorable moments of the show.
They set up a phone booth on stage with visual effects of a busy street and a sound of a ringing phone was heard before Lydia Jazmine brought to life Adele’s Hello.
This was not the first time Steve Jean surprised the Club Beatz audience with stage appearances as he previously had singer A Pass get on stage with a goat.