The Malawian born, Multi-Award winning Irish hip hop artist is yet to perform again at a very prestigious charity event in London which will raise money for underprivileged students in Malawi.
The event will take place at Hilton Dartford Bridge Hotel in London on 30Th of April, an event which is expected to be attended by a large patron and prominent people across United Kingdom contributing towards the good cause.
” I am looking forward to perform at this event again, because I believe in giving that receiving. I have always been involving myself in charity events, because I came from the struggle, I know what it feels like wanting to achieve something but there is no hand extended for you to reach on. It is very important for such events to be fully supported because every little contribution can change someone’s life in a major way” said Pop Dogg.
Previously, Pop Dogg has raised money for UN, and orphaned children in Malawi: Agape Orphanage Care Centre in Lilongwe and Phalombe’s Likulezi HIV/AIDS Project.
In 2013 Pop Dogg won Power-list Award, an African Leadership Excellence Award, designed to honour artists for recognition of excellent performance specially for individuals and organisations that have contributed immensely to the advancement of the developmental sector of Ireland and Africa.
Last year, Pop Dogg headlined Dare To Dream, Dare To Fly event in London, where he performed his hit singles “Malawi Moto”, Priceless” and ‘Tchopa Ndi Manganje’ songs which swept the crowd to the dance floor. It was his presentation that left hearts afloat, yearning for more as his performing time came to an end.
The Event organised by Mrs Fikelephi Jackson CEO & Founder of Against All Odds Still Standing. Mrs Jackson expressed her gratitude for the overwhelming support being rendered to her charity organisation. ‘’Our event last year was a huge success. And without your support, we wouldn’t have been able to achieve this,’’ said Mrs Jackson, adding ‘’in addition to our 30 students, we now have 28 more scholarships beside a total of 40 women that will be receiving practical support every year in Malawi. This year we are expecting to achieve even bigger numbers and change so many lives”
This year’s Fundraising Dinner Ball will provide an exquisitely sizzling 3 course meal, Live performances by Pop Dogg, who is also a songwriter, producer, founder and president of his own record label, Malawian Ninjaz Records. Also featuring highly on the night will be performances by the South African Gospel Superstar, Sis Maneli, The Marvellous Anointed UK and Singer and Songwriter, Bella Jackson. . The prestigious celebration will be broadcasted live on TV and streamed by Oasis Universal Radio will be hosted by Broadcaster MC Chijota and host of the Steve Chijota Show alongside Resident MC Suki of Against All Odds Still Standing Charity.
Tickets for the event are on sale online
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Pop Dogg is an award winning Malawian/Irish Afro Hip-Hop artist based in nergetic on stage, Pop Dogg has performed his music in various venues in Dublin, Waterford, Belfast, United Kingdom, South Africa Malawi, Zambia and Germany. He raised the curtains for American rapper The Game, 2Face and Ruggedman of Nigeria, Awilo Longomba of Congo and has been featured in different international websites, newspapers and magazines., Ireland. He is also a songwriter/producer/founder/CEO and president of his own Record Label, Malawian Ninjaz Records. Very e
In 2008 Pop Dogg released his first solo album Spit Real, with hit songs such as; Knock Out, Death Is A Killer ft Gina, Daddy Loves You ft Riva 9, I Wish You Were Here and many more. The album is still getting heavy rotation on various Radio and Internet stations. While in Malawi to launch Spit Real album, Pop Dogg collaborated with Dominant 1, Third Eye and Lady Kaspur aka Naseelah in Lilongwe, producing a hit single with a video called “How We Do” which was featured years later on Pop Dogg’s Gunpowder Mixtape due to public.
In 2011 Pop Dogg participated in Spin103.8fm Lupe Fiasco Rap Superstar competition and he was among the 3 finalists selected in the competition. His song Get Loose with Raw Soul reached second position with over 20,000 votes. The song was one of the hit songs from “Gunpowder Mixtape” a 24 Track Mixtape with other known hits such as; Move and Sniffin’ Gunpowder released in the same year.
Pop Dogg was nominated and won 2 music awards. Best Male Artist and Best Song Collaboration- Ireland African Music Awards-2011. He extended his passion for the Mic to raise funds for destitute and orphaned children in Malawi setting strides for other artists to emulate. He performed on 2 fund-raising events which raisedAgape Orphanage Care Centre in Lilongwe and Phalombe’s Likulezi HIV/AIDS Project. In additional to that he has also raised money for UNICEF. During the same year, Pop Dogg shot Daddy Loves You and I wish You Were Here music videos taken from his first album, Spit Real.
In 2012 Pop Dogg was named “The Big Deal” by Xclusive International Magazine because of his immense talent and creativity which has been making big waves in Ireland. Same year, Pop Dogg started working on his second album called Enter The Ninja. Be My Lady ft Kyriah Dee, We On Rise ft Barry One and Cyclone, Am A Champ ft Lupe Fiasco on the intro, Tchopa Ndi Manganje and Like That some the hitfrom the album which are making big waves worldwide. Same year, Pop Dogg was nominated for the Best Male Artist and Best Rap Artist Awards and his “Be My Lady” music video for the Best Video, Best Collaboration and Best Director [Ireland African Music Awards-2012]
In 2013, Pop Dogg won African Leadership/Power-list Award, an award designed for the recognition of excellent performance of individual and organization that have contributed immensely to the advancement of the developmental sector of Ireland & African continent.
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