4896 Final Call World Tour Concert in Kuala Lumpur proves a success for Namewee
Namewee, the multi-talented artist came back stronger than ever with his 4896 Final Call World Tour! Despite being called off initially, the goal-driven local artist went ahead with his highly anticipated concert in Kuala Lumpur and ended the year with a bang.
With the tremendous help of NSP (Namewee Studio Production) Entertainment, “4896 Final Call World Tour” was successfully staged at Axiata Arena Bukit Jalil on 31st December 2019. This marks the artist’s first Kuala Lumpur concert to be held in a stadium that caters over 10,000 audiences.
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Named after Hokkien slang, ‘4896’ which translates to ‘Super Powerful’. This best defines the theme of his long-awaited concert tour. Namewee was determined to bring out thrilling performances with a variety of eccentric, entertaining yet comical elements. A song medley was presented in various languages with diverse performing styles as well. The show was a bold melodic treat accompanied by visual feast delivered by renowned musicians. It was also supported by remarkable guest performers such as Fara Dolhadi and Meu Ninomiya.
4896 Final Call World Tour was indeed a dream come true for the Muar-born hip hop recording artist and composer after his initially planned maiden concert was cancelled nine years ago in Malaysia. Ever since then, Namewee had to carry out a series of performances with sold-out concerts across major cities including the USA, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore.
Fortunately, his wish of having a concert in Kuala Lumpur has been acknowledged by the long-awaited government’s approval at last. Thus, despite receiving up to 25 offers to perform in shows including the lucrative Taipei 101 countdown show, Namewee decided to repay the loyal support of his devoted fans with an astounding new year countdown concert in his homeland Malaysia.
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