Reggae Busker Covers Bob Marley In Brussels, Has The Whole Audience Singing Along With Him
  • The Grand Palace in Brussels is one of the most iconic places to visit in Europe.

    As it turns out, it is actually considered one of the most beautiful places in the world.

    YouTube Screenshot Source: YouTube Screenshot


    It is surrounded by guild houses, City Hall and the Maison du Roi.

    This magnificent place is known for its aesthetic wealth and is located in the Central Square of Brussels, Belgium. Every day, the Grand Palace is filled with tourists who want to experience its beauty.

    One day, a very rare scenario unfolded at the Grand Palace. It was a heartwarming moment when people from different parts of the world flocked together to sing Bob Marley’s famous hit “No Woman, No Cry.”

    With a simple performance, one reggae busker became the man of the hour.

    YouTube Screenshot Source: YouTube Screenshot


    The name of the musician is Lampa Faly, and he became a tourist attraction all in himself when he decided to perform at the Grand Palace.

    People gathered to listen to the reggae busker who easily captivated their hearts. The video was captured by a Korean tourist named Jaeseok Kim who happened to be visiting the Grand Palace that day.

    The soul of the legendary Bob Marley seemed to possess the man’s body that day.

    Faly mesmerized everyone on the crowd with his charismatic take on the song. He started joking around and singing using French. He yells: “Laissez passer la voiture!” as a car passes by (which is French for “let the car pass!”)

    YouTube Screenshot Source: YouTube Screenshot


    Plenty of happy people decided to be Faly’s backup dancers.

    When Lampa started to sing the lyrics in English, four men started dancing behind him. Two of them were still holding their beers—and they clearly didn’t mind if they spilled all over themselves! They were definitely enjoying the moment.

    YouTube Screenshot Source: YouTube Screenshot


    The four men hugged each other, looking like they knew each other for so long.

    As it turns out, Faly has an entire horde of backup singers.

    No matter who they were or what their background was, everyone there was jamming along with Faly! Everybody in the square was united through his music.

    Everyone in the crowd—whether adults, teenagers and children—were singing happily with Falyu from start to finish. YouTube commenter NightWolf gave a reaction to the beauty of the performance:

    “This was the most beautiful video I’ve seen all day! The rainbow of people together laughing and happy. Bob Marley’s music did exactly what he wanted it to do…unite the people! Love and blessings to you!”

    YouTube Screenshot Source: YouTube Screenshot


    Even more impressive was that Faly sang the song in three languages!

    In the middle of his performance, Faly suddenly switches the lyrics from English to Wolof. In doing so, Faly was able to represent his hometown well with his perfect Wolof accent.

    YouTube Screenshot Source: YouTube Screenshot


    Being fluent in different languages makes him a versatile singer. After all, that way he can bring the reggae mood to everyone!

    YouTube Screenshot Source: YouTube Screenshot


    Needless to say, this performance was a social media sensation in the making.

    Faly has a lot to offer on his Facebook and YouTube channels—if you love reggae music or this performance specifically, definitely check him out on there!

    YouTube Screenshot Source: YouTube Screenshot


    Kudos to the tourist who shot the video so that it could be shared with the rest of the world! Anybody who watches this is sure to want to join right in. As this clip shows, the world may be full of negativity…but through music, everyone can be united.

    Thanks to Faly for this awesome performance! Be sure to watch the whole thing below:

    Please SHARE this with your friends and family.




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  • Reggae Busker Covers Bob Marley In Brussels, Has The Whole Audience Singing Along With Him
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    The Grand Palace in Brussels is one of the most iconic places to visit in Europe.

    As it turns out, it is actually considered one of the most beautiful places in the world.

    YouTube Screenshot Source: YouTube Screenshot


    It is surrounded by guild houses, City Hall and the Maison du Roi.

    This magnificent place is known for its aesthetic wealth and is located in the Central Square of Brussels, Belgium. Every day, the Grand Palace is filled with tourists who want to experience its beauty.

    One day, a very rare scenario unfolded at the Grand Palace. It was a heartwarming moment when people from different parts of the world flocked together to sing Bob Marley’s famous hit “No Woman, No Cry.”

    With a simple performance, one reggae busker became the man of the hour.

    YouTube Screenshot Source: YouTube Screenshot


    The name of the musician is Lampa Faly, and he became a tourist attraction all in himself when he decided to perform at the Grand Palace.

    People gathered to listen to the reggae busker who easily captivated their hearts. The video was captured by a Korean tourist named Jaeseok Kim who happened to be visiting the Grand Palace that day.

    The soul of the legendary Bob Marley seemed to possess the man’s body that day.

    Faly mesmerized everyone on the crowd with his charismatic take on the song. He started joking around and singing using French. He yells: “Laissez passer la voiture!” as a car passes by (which is French for “let the car pass!”)

    YouTube Screenshot Source: YouTube Screenshot


    Plenty of happy people decided to be Faly’s backup dancers.

    When Lampa started to sing the lyrics in English, four men started dancing behind him. Two of them were still holding their beers—and they clearly didn’t mind if they spilled all over themselves! They were definitely enjoying the moment.

    YouTube Screenshot Source: YouTube Screenshot


    The four men hugged each other, looking like they knew each other for so long.

    As it turns out, Faly has an entire horde of backup singers.

    No matter who they were or what their background was, everyone there was jamming along with Faly! Everybody in the square was united through his music.

    Everyone in the crowd—whether adults, teenagers and children—were singing happily with Falyu from start to finish. YouTube commenter NightWolf gave a reaction to the beauty of the performance:

    “This was the most beautiful video I’ve seen all day! The rainbow of people together laughing and happy. Bob Marley’s music did exactly what he wanted it to do…unite the people! Love and blessings to you!”

    YouTube Screenshot Source: YouTube Screenshot


    Even more impressive was that Faly sang the song in three languages!

    In the middle of his performance, Faly suddenly switches the lyrics from English to Wolof. In doing so, Faly was able to represent his hometown well with his perfect Wolof accent.

    YouTube Screenshot Source: YouTube Screenshot


    Being fluent in different languages makes him a versatile singer. After all, that way he can bring the reggae mood to everyone!

    YouTube Screenshot Source: YouTube Screenshot


    Needless to say, this performance was a social media sensation in the making.

    Faly has a lot to offer on his Facebook and YouTube channels—if you love reggae music or this performance specifically, definitely check him out on there!

    YouTube Screenshot Source: YouTube Screenshot


    Kudos to the tourist who shot the video so that it could be shared with the rest of the world! Anybody who watches this is sure to want to join right in. As this clip shows, the world may be full of negativity…but through music, everyone can be united.

    Thanks to Faly for this awesome performance! Be sure to watch the whole thing below:

    Please SHARE this with your friends and family.




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