After starting his career as a kwaito artist, he points out that his sound has evolved into house and hip-hop throughout his illustrious career.
"I'm a versatile artist. I started with kwaito when it was big back on the other side. When it started fading out, house was coming in and I started working with people like Maphorisa this side to bring the sound back home," says The Dogg, whose real name is Mbwaluh Morocy.
"In the music business you have to survive with the current sound that is hot. Namibia and South Africa ... we are the same people. The fashion, food and type of music that we listen to are the same. Everyone big here is big back home."
In Namibia he's also a very successful businessman thanks to his acclaimed record label and clothing brand - both named Mshasho.
The Dogg has won a number of awards all over the continent, from the Kora All-Africa Music Awards to the Channel O Africa Music Video Awards. Last year he was voted fan favourite on the continent at the African Muzik Magazine Awards (Afrimma).
"With our population being so small ... for me to be voted by African people as No. 1 was one of my biggest achievements."
The youngest of four kids, he was born in Zambia. He moved to Namibia, where he was raised by his uncle after losing both his parents to HIV-Aids at the age of seven.
"It was tough, but I grew up in a house where we were treated equally.
"There were like 20 of us in the house and with my uncle there was no difference between his kids and his brother's kids," he recounts.