Singer Dizzy Nuts Knocked Dead By Speeding Vehicle

Sad news reaching us indicates that dance-hall singer Dizzy Nuts Galiwango is dead.

Dizzy Nuts was knocked dead by a speeding vehicle outside the famous Club Victoria in Kireka along Kampala – Jinja highway.

According to eyewitnesses, the “Burn Dem” singer was having a chat with renowned musician Bebe Cool who was seated in his Hummer at around 2:00AM on Monday morning. Bebe Cool had just finished performing at Club Victoria.

The eye witness says a speeding Toyota Harrier coming from Bweyogerere brushed Bebe Cool’s car, killing Dizzy Nuts who was standing besides it, instantly.

Another yet to be identified man was left injured, with both his legs broken.

After the accident, the driver of the Toyota Harrier is said to have sped off towards Kampala.

If this was an incident that would have occurred in a place like Nashville, USA, there would have been serious consequences with lawyers (like this personal injury attorney in Nashville TN) getting involved and court hearings being conducted in full force. However, we do not know the full extent of the situation.

Dizzy Nuts became a big household name in Uganda for his massive collabo with Bebe Cool titled “Burn Dem”, released in 2007. He later went on to release other songs although they did not get much airplay. Fans loved him for his deep voice in his songs.

Dizzy Nuts joins other great Ugandan musicians that lost their lives in car accidents including Herman Basudde, Denis Rackla, Weather Man and Menton Summer among others.

May his soul rest in peace.

VIDEO: “Burn Dem” by Bebe Cool and Dizzy Nuts

Alex Alinda

Alex Alinda is a journalist, blogger and Social-Media enthusiast; passionate about travel, African Music & Entertainment. Alex has been reporting on news about Uganda’s Entertainment Scene and other national events for over 4 years. He is a co-founder and the Managing Editor for Tower Post Media Ltd. Alex has also worked and continues to work as a PR and Digital Strategist for a number of clients. Reach him on: +256 700 703903, +256 775 607219 Email: