Julianna in the country for ‘Beautiful People’ gala

Ugandan diva Juliana Kanyomozi is in the country to grace the ‘Beautiful People’ gala night to be held at Kigali Serena hotel, on Friday.
Julianna Kanyomozi. Net photo.
Julianna Kanyomozi. Net photo.

Ugandan diva Juliana Kanyomozi is in the country to grace the ‘Beautiful People’ gala night to be held at Kigali Serena hotel, on Friday.

With a wealth of regional and international experience under her belt, Kanyomozi will certainly sway party-goers at the show.

According to the organiser of the ‘Beautiful People’, Nellie Ngabire, Kanyomozi arrived in the country last evening aboard Ugandair from Kampala, Uganda.

The Ugandan hottie will perform alongside local artistes.

The influential businesswomen dinner gala is the first of its kind in Rwanda that brings together businesswomen.

“The Beautiful People gala dinner aims to bring women in the business sector together to network and share experiences,” said Ngabire.

The show starts at 6pm and entrance fee is Rwf30,000 per person and Rwf45,000 for corporates.

About Juliana Kanyomozi

Juliana Kanyomozi, popularly known as Juliana, is a Ugandan female musician, actress, and generally an entertainer.

Born in Uganda on 27 November 1981, Juliana rose to fame in the late 1990’s as part of the all-girl duo I-Jay, with Iryn Namubiru. The group’s single titled “Vive la Vie” was a popular song on Ugandan radio stations at that time.

After the duo disbanded, Juliana launched a solo career that has included the release of several popular songs.

She has collaborated with Bobi Wine on songs such as: “Taata Wa Baana Yaani?” (Who is the Father of he Kids?) and “Maama Mbiire”.

She worked with Sweet Kid on the track “Sirinaayo Mulala” (I don’t have anyone else) and with Klear Kut on the song “All I Wanna Know” and many other Ugandan and regional artistes.

Juliana was the first Ugandan female musician to win the Pearl Of Africa Music Awards (PAM Awards) ‘Artist Of the Year’ accolade. In 2008, she made her film debut in Henry H. Ssali’s “Kiwani:The Movie”. She still holds the record of having won the Artiste of the year award for the two consecutive years 2008 and 2009..

She was one of the three judges at the Tusker Project Fame, an East African talent show.

Some of her popular songs include, “Nabikoowa”, “Seven days”, “Diana” and “Omutima oguluma”, among others.

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