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18,000 GO ALL OUT FOR THEIR OWN

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On April 27th and 28th, Woodlands Stadium was the premier destination for 18,000 music-lovers seeking an unforgettable festival atmosphere coupled with chart-topping acts and a unique blend of upbeat and moving local music.

Vodafone JUMP’s All Out For Hip Hop concert headlined by Chef 187 and Slap Dee drew a crowd of just under 14,000 – resulting in a filled up stadium, a first by any local artist in Zambia. This was followed by a crowd of approximately 4,000 in attendance at the All Out For Gospel event on April 28th.

Vodafone JUMP Regional Director, Mutale Kapaso noted that the overwhelming turnout was an emphatic endorsement of what JUMP was attempting to achieve.

Our goal was to change the narrative; to drive home the fact Zambia’s musical talent rivals that of international acts. We are glad to have made history with 18,000 music-lovers – these two dates will forever be etched in the history of our nation’s pop culture,” she said.

The All Out For Hip Hop and All Out For Gospel events attracted people from all walks of life, all united in their love for great local music. The shows were focussed on celebrating local music and culture but also celebrating the thunderous greatness inherent in musicians coupled with the belief that if united anything can be achieved.

ALL OUT FOR HIPHOP was headlined by Hip Hop heavy weights Slap D and Chef 187. They both had spectacular sets , performing all their greatest hits. Other Hip hop acts that performed on the night were Jay Rox , Krytic ,Bobby East ,Cleo Ice Queen , Bombshell and more.

“In an effort to change the narrative our two Hip-Hop stars went and gave it everything. No one can deny the fact that the performances by the Artists was impeccable. From being at the stadium on time, executing their sets flawlessly and owning the thousands that showed up – Chefy & Slap D did it! A huge thank you to them for joining JUMP on this mission to ignite a hunger for what belongs to us. To all the acts that joined hands and walked the journey with us – May success be all you know. #AllOut4HipHop rocked. We once again apologize for the breach in security and the delayed program at the All Out 4 Hip-Hop night – the artists deserve a round of applause. Everyone outdid themselves” – Vodafone

ALL OUT FOR GOSPEL was a night of praise and worship that was headlined by Pompi and Ephraim. Other gospel artists ministering on the night were Racheal ,Magg 44 , Esther Chungu ,Mutale and more.

“ALL OUT 4 GOSPEL was successful. A big Thank You to you all, that showed up, and showed off for EPHRAIM & POMPI. You made it a memorable night. To all the acts that hit the stage, we say THANK YOU for delivering an impeccable show. The ambiance in the entire stadium was nothing short of electrifying. As promised, security was beefed up to ensure a more excellent environment and the program was delivered excellently. We remain committed to celebrating our very own with excellence. This is only the beginning. Thank you once again!” – Vodafone

PICTURES FROM THE EVENTS

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All out for own own concert

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Thousands in attendance at All out for own own concert

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Huge crowd at the All out for own own concert

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All out for own own concert

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Chef 187 performing one of his many hits

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Chef 187 performing

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Chef 187

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Chef 187

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Bobby East performing alongside Slap D

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Chef 187 performing

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Chef 187 performing

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All out for own own concert

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Pompi performing

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Slap d performing

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Krytic performing

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Jay Rox performing

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Pompi performing

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Pompi performing

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Pompi performing

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All out for own own concert

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Slap d performing

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Slap D and Tommy D performing

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Slap D and Tommy D

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Slap d performing

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Slap d performing

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Cleo Ice Queen and Bombshell

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TIM performing

 

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