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    David Oscar Performs Bob Marley's 'So Much Trouble' at Family Picnic in Weisbaden

    Ghanaian reggae artiste David Oscar Dogbe put on a show-stopping performance at a family picnic in Wiesbaden, Germany on Sunday, July 9, 2023.

    The sensational singer performed a freestyle of Bob Marley's classic song "So Much Trouble," as the crowd went wild.

    David Oscar is known for his powerful vocals and his ability to connect with audiences through his music.

    The performance was also a celebration of Ghanaian culture as he rocked colorful African print jacket with accessories.

    The picnic was organized by a friend of the Germany-based musician who lives in Wiesbaden, and it was an opportunity for them to come together and share their culture with others.

    His performance was the highlight of the event, and it helped to bring the community together.

    David Oscar started the show with some of his own records before he served audience with Bob Marley's classic "So Much Trouble."

    He then went into a freestyle, weaving in lyrics about Ghanaian culture and the challenges of living in the diaspora.

    The crowd sang along and danced to his energetic show.

    "David Oscar's performance was a great way to celebrate Ghanaian culture. It was so much fun to sing along and dance to his music," Mary, a reggae enthusiast who attended the picnic said.

    He thanked the crowd for their support after his performance was met with a standing ovation.

    "I feel really proud to have had an opportunity like this to represent reggae and Ghanaian culture to the world," David Oscar told this reporter.

    The performance was a success on all fronts.

    The crowd loved it as David Oscar's creative side was on full display, and Ghanaian culture was celebrated.

    David Oscar Dogbe is sure to continue to make waves in the music industry, and fans are excited to see what he does next.

    Keep your eyes on this space for updates on David Oscar's annual concert "Reggae Spot" slated for November in Koforidua, Ghana.

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