Friday, February 13 2015
With just a day to Valentine's day, Juliana has said she hates chocolates, so if you are one of those who were thinking of sending her presents that could blow her mind off, chocolates should not be one of them.
The Woman singer was this morning appearing on NTV Mwasuze Mutya program by news anchor and host, Faridah Nakazibwe, they talked about a number issues ranging from her music, personal lifestyle, and life after losing her only son and most importantly how she has been able to cope.
Ugandan music has improved lately and it's crossing all over the world. The Oriflame Ambassador recalled of an email she received from Bahamas by someone who wanted to write about the Woman song. My first concert in 2005 was more of a show case than making money, right now, we have endorsements and concert bookings as ways in which musicians can make money.
Asked about what she does to have such an attractive voice, the diva said that she does vocal training but also added that she has been singing since she was 6. I'm a lightweight when it comes to drinking, two glasses of wine will be the limit. Oh I hate chocolates and only take plenty of water before a performance.
The show host also asked about the female artistes who she regards as good, Juliana talked of Irene Ntale, Rema (has a big voice) before generalizing that they are many out there.
Juliana also touched briefly about social media which she said that it has given them a voice but it has also been abused, she crowned off the show with the Woman a cappella, which clearly brought out the vocal ability in her.
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