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Levixone, Jazmine shine at Roast and Rhyme

The 19th edition of Roast and Rhyme was a night of music, nyama, and enjoyments. Despite the drizzles that turned the grounds soggy, the event emerged as a triumph, thanks to the outstanding performances that captivated the audience.

Revelers at the 19th edition of Roast and Rhyme

The musical treats featured an impressive lineup including Kamanzi, Beenie Gunter, Lydia Jazmine, Ray G, Myko Ouma and Steve Keys took center stage, each delivering a performance that added to the electrifying atmosphere of the night.

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Levixone's high-energy gospel set stood out, leaving the revelers in high spirits. His ability to seamlessly blend worship and entertainment created a unique and uplifting experience, resonating with the diverse audience that had gathered despite the challenging weather conditions.

From Kamanzi's soulful melodies to Lydia Jazmine's captivating stage presence, the performances were a testament to the diversity of Uganda's music scene.

Beyond the main stage, the after-party with DJ Ali Breezy ensured that the night continued with non-stop beats, transforming Jahazi Pier Munyonyo into a dancefloor under the stars. The music, in all its forms, became the unifying force that connected everyone present.

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As the event came to a close, attendees left with memories of a night defined by exceptional musical performances. The artists' ability to elevate the audience's spirits in the face of challenging weather conditions was a testament to the power of music to transcend external circumstances and create moments of pure magic.

In reflection, Roast and Rhyme's 19th edition will be remembered not just as an event that braved the rain but as a celebration of the incredible talent that graced the stage. Here's to the musicians who turned Munyonyo into a haven of musical enchantment, proving once again that the show must go on, rain or shine.

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