Gospel artiste Pompi is excited to be the leading act in Lilongwe, Malawi this December at a show dubbed the ‘Giant Killer Experience’.
As this will be the first time he is performing as a headliner in Malawi, Pompi is looking forward to the experience and to reinforcing his following in that country.
The event is organised by Ntanda Artworks Dimensions and scheduled to take place on December 3 at the Bingu wa Mutharika International Convention Centre (BICC) Pabwalo Amphitheatre.
“Malawi is one of the countries that have supported my music and I was particularly surprised to receive an invitation from there to headline,” he shared.
Pompi has previously performed in Malawi as a supporting act at the internationally renowned Lake of Stars festival.
The December event borrows its title from one of his best known hits called Giant Killer which featured on his first album Mizu.
Apart from the Malawi show, Pompi also let in on plans to release his third album early next year.
“The album will have a strong reggae, hip hop and soul influence unlike the second album which had a jazzy and rock feel to it,” he explained.
Pompi says he wants people to believe in themselves through the album and to get insight into his values as a person.
“It is going to be an expression of the things I value and how I have evolved. I was an introvert but as an artiste, now I have to be on stage and deal with people’s different views and perceptions,” he stated.
He also plans to share more of his testimony through the album as those who know him closely advise that he has not done enough of this.
Through his third album, Pompi hopes to emphasise that his passion to reach people who are lost is because he was once in the same place and that is where he was found.
Earlier this year, he released a single called Maganizo Pandeke which stirred buzz that there was another album in the offing.
His first album, Mizu, released in 2012, was well received and stamped his foot in the mainstream music scene. His second album Broken English was released in 2014.
I know Pompi will go far in his music career because he is focused… I Love your work man.. Keep it up and never lose focus and CLASS.
If you ask me? This is rubbish!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
why do Zedians always mix english and vernacular stick to your languages my niggas. You will be more respected and appreciated, not this crap i just heard.
this is crap gospel music.
MY FRND OELA TOK OF 2FACE,P-SQUARE,SAKODIE,D’BANJI,BRENDA FASSE RIP,RABECCA MALOPE THESE GUYS ARE KNOWN INTERNATIONALY AND THEY DO MIX THEIR LOCAL LANGUEGE AND ENGLISH.DON’T UNDERLATE THEM BUT SUPORT THEM.POMPI WILL EXCEL AM TELLING YOU AND HE’S DOING WELL.I DON’T KNOW HATS DA MATTER WIT BLACK SKIN.MWAAAAAAAAAAA?
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