Legendary singer Jose Chameleone has made history during his Australian music tour. The ‘Bayuda’ singer has become the first African artiste to step a foot in Hobart, Tasmania. This was after the singer performed at the island earlier this week.
“I am the first African artiste to step a foot in Hobart, Tasmania. The whole story begins when BMSS CEO Mangar aka Bossmaan tells me after Adelaide show that a Father had a 4 Year old daughter that was totally in love with me. She was sleepless that he couldn’t take her to Melbourne to watch Mr. Jose Chameleone. So together with his beautiful wife contacted and asked me if I could come and cover the gap. They were fair enough to ask the community come up for a proper show case no this is what it was. I promise to come back another time. The love you people showed is what I come to share again!!! Thanks LOLA, BMSS, Lawrence, Eria- Justin for the Camera work and Tasmania for loving me. Next stop Melbourne Again!!!!! Check the video here https://youtu.be/e1racXVIO-E,” Jose Chameleone posted.
Hobart, capital of Australia’s island state of Tasmania, sits on the River Derwent. At its fashionable Salamanca Place, old sandstone warehouses host galleries and cafes. Nearby is Battery Point, a historic district with narrow lanes and colonial-era cottages. The city’s backdrop is 1,270m-high Mount Wellington, with sweeping views, plus hiking and cycling trails.