M’sian singer Namewee to hold concert at Taipei Arena in April


FOLLOWING many years of fan requests, Malaysian singer-rapper Namewee will be holding his next concert this year at Taipei Arena, one of Taiwan’s biggest concert venues, Sin Chew Daily reported.

The 39-year-old announced that he will be kickstarting his Big Bird world tour on April Fools’ Day.

“I always say that Taiwan is my second home. I am filled with appreciation for Taiwan and I am happy that this day has come,” said Namewee, a native of Muar, Johor.

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