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Magnificent Joe begins European tour in style

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Gambian reggae super star, Magnificent Joe, is making big waves in his debut tour of Europe. Already, there are plans for him to record a ten-track project with renowned German music producer, Klaus Dieter Kausgen.
Magnificent Joe kick started his maiden European tour in Austria in an extraordinary fashion at Na Nang Entertainment Centre in Vienna, Saturday 22 September.
The hit-maker overwhelmed music enthusiasts in Austria with sweet melodies and irresistible lyrics as he was mobbed by a crowd of fans and well-wishers. The monumental performance was the first of five shows he is expected to do during his two month-long tour of the continent.
Speaking shortly after the event, Magnificent saluted his European fans for supporting his music and showing love and appreciation for Gambian music. Smiling in front of the cameras, he expressed happiness and promised his fans in Vienna a second coming.

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“It’s a great feeling. I thank my fans for making me proud and showing love to my music. This is a manifestation of the power of positive vibes,” Joe joyously remarked.
Moving forward on his new big thing, Joe has already recorded five songs with the musical mastermind and regarded the project as a step in the right direction.
“The project is a great step for me and my music business. Music knows no boundaries so my mission is to take the message around the world and influence positive behaviors,” he noted, saying more of such international tours to reach the fans around the world are on the verge.
The award-winning singer is expected to fly back to The Gambia in November before returning to Germany for the second phase of the project.

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