Straight after performing at the Miss Malawi Event In Birmingham and Q Bar in Manchester alongside Mlaka Maliro, multi award winning Irish/Malawian hip hop artist Pop Dogg, R&B soul star Marco Sadik and Mlaka Maliro extended their thrill to fans in Dublin when they performed at the Teacher’s Club last Friday.
Speaking to Malawii News Agency (Mana), the Malawian born artists said the show was an eye opener and would help put Malawi on the map, saying it was a successful tour as the crowd that stormed the club was astonished with their energetic performance.
Maliro, who had an outstanding performance after dishing out his hits from way back to the present, felt honoured to perform in Dublin.
“It was a great honor to perform in the UK and also Dublin in Ireland for the first time and most importantly working alongside talented artists Pop Dogg and Marco Sadik.
“The show was also Marco Sadik’s first gig in Dublin and the patrons were very moved with his performance,” said Maliro after the performance.
His counterpart, Marco Sadik, said the show was one of a kind as the response received from the audience was overwhelming as it was the first time for him to perform in Dublin.
“I’m definitely looking forward to coming back there. I hereby ask my fellow Malawians to keep supporting us. In that way, we’re going to put Malawian music and artists on the map,” said Marco Sadik.
As usual, Pop Dogg real name Ibrahim Haji delivered an amazing performance and shut down the show by performing How We Do, Am A Champ and had fans singing along to his smashing hit IPhone, taken from his forthcoming album ‘Enter The Ninja’.
“It is a dream come true to be able and being accorded an opportunity to be doing international shows on regular basis unlike other artists back home.
“This is also an opportunity to expose Malawi music which eventually will lead to people here be interested to see a variety of artists from Malawi,” he said.
He added: “Working with the likes of Marco Sadik and Mlaka Maliro was a huge success andwe are brothers now rather than just being fellow artists.”