Pop Dogg cherishes Malawi performance at UMP Festival 

Malawian born  but Ireland-based multi award winning rap-star  Popp Dogg says he will always cherish the performance he had  at UMP festival  and has promised new projects on the way.

Pop Dogg performing at UMP festival
Pop Dogg performing at UMP festival

Pop Dogg headlined UMP festival on November 6, 2016 and delivered electric performance woth his famous hits; How We Do, iPhone, Am a Champ, Knock Out and Tchopa Ndi Manganje.

“I came home to deliver, I came well prepared with dope squad which consisted of amazing dancers and performers and we executed not just an ordinary performance but international performance. I knew my fans needed that,”  said Pop Dogg

Pop Dogg also performed at Bassment Club In Blantyre before headlining the festival on Sunday.

“My fans have so much to look forward to. Not only was I in Malawi to headline the festival only but I also managed  to shoot 3 music videos. We On Rise featuring Barry One and Cyclone Directed By Sukez, Size Ya Ntauni with Glenii Blakk and Gold Chain Remix with Rina  which is irected By Ron CZ.

“These videos will be super dope, something to look forward to. We On Rise audio which is taken from my album Enter The Ninja is currently on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon worldwide, the music video will drop before end of this year.”

Pop Dogg said he was delighted to shoot his videos in Malawi.

” Malawi has great level of talent and beautiful scenery that needs to be promoted overseas. People outside Malawi need to see what Malawi has to offer that’s why I came to work with some of the great talents on the local scene.”

He plans to have his own tour to launch Enter The Ninja music video package .

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Afana Zedi
Afana Zedi
5 years ago

Pop Dogg ndiye kuti chani? Sounds more like dog poo!

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