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This African teenager is sure to explode the Internet by singing Celine Dion’s songs! 8/3/2016 •

When blogger Barack Nyare Mba watched this video, he understood that this is a masterpiece and everybody should see and hear it. Two million people on Facebook have already watched it by now and this number is constantly growing.


In the video, a 17 year old guy whose name is Samuel is singing famous "The Power of Love” song by Celine Dion. He lives in Libreville, the capital city of Gabon, and often performs popular songs partially in English and partially in French just sitting on a staircase. His beautiful and pure voice and the way he uses it may win a heart of any music-lover!

They say that musical producers from France have already contacted Samuel in order to sign a contract with him. We truly believe this talented guy really deserves it!

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