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Philly Lutaaya was born on 19 October, 1951 in Namirembe, Kampala, Uganda. Discover Philly Lutaaya's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 38 years old?

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Age 38 years old
Zodiac Sign Libra
Born 19 October 1951
Birthday 19 October
Birthplace Namirembe, Kampala, Uganda
Date of death 15 December 1989,
Died Place St. Francis Hospital - Nsambya, Kampala, Uganda
Nationality Uganda

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Philly Lutaaya Net Worth

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After his death at age 38, the Philly Lutaaya Initiative Association was created by a group infected and affected peers at that time to help educate people about the dangers of HIV/AIDS. With assistance from UNICEF, the initiative sponsors lectures in schools and communities across Uganda highlighting personal testimonials of hundreds of people infected with HIV. In Uganda, 17 October is the Philly Bongoley Lutaaya Day observed by the Uganda Aids Commission. 2014 daughter Tezra Lutaaya Started a Community Based Organisation(CBO) to keep her fathers legacy alive. The CBO will help boost the socio-economic lives of AIDS orphans and widows through a Philly Lutaaya Vocational Centre in Kanoni, Gomba. This is the birth place of Philly Lutaaya.


Later in 2007, various Ugandan artists came together to re-record some of Lutaya's greatest hits. Bebe Cool sang "Born in Africa", Juliana Kanyomozi re-did "Diana". Iryn Namubiru and Nubian Lee of Fire Base Crew both re-did "Empisazo".


In 2004, he won Lifetime Achievement Award at the Pearl of Africa Music Awards (PAM Awards)


Lutaaya's Christmas Album, produced in 1986, remains his most popular album to date. The album, whose songs were written in native Luganda, remains central to Christmas celebrations in Uganda. It includes classics such as "Merry Christmas, Zuukuka, Tumusinze, Ssekukkulu, Gloria, Anindiridde and Katujaguze. To date, Philly Lutaaya remains one of the best recording musicians in Uganda. Philly lutaaya's music incorporates western pop music style as observed in songs like"Anifa sembera,Gloria, i have a dream, the voice is crying out, sirimba, sekukkulu to mention.


Lutaaya was popular in Uganda in the 1960s, and in the 1970s he toured the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Kenya, and Japan. In the mid 1980s, he settled in Stockholm, Sweden. There he recorded his hit album Born in Africa, which is still popular in Uganda.


Philly Bongoley Lutaaya (19 October 1951 – 15 December 1989) was a Ugandan musician who was the first prominent Ugandan to give a human face to HIV/AIDS. Before dying of AIDS, Lutaaya spent his remaining healthy time writing songs about his battle with AIDS, releasing his last album Alone and Frightened, including his famous song "Alone", influenced by Swedish duo Roxette's hit song It Must Have Been Love, as well as touring churches and schools throughout Uganda to spread a message of prevention and hope.