His Shows Sold 2 Million Tickets In Europe, But His Performance In Times Square Is Not Quite The Same

Go get them.

If you are either European or ever lived in Europe, you surely know this guy.

Paul Van Haver, best known by his stage name Stromae, is arguably one of most famous Belgian musicians. Not only that, he might just be one of the brightest stars in Europe.

His breakout single "Alors On Dance" has been viewed more than 61 million times on YouTube.

Two million tickets, 3 million albums. Quite impressive, right?

Stromae is the man. We're telling you.

However, on the other side of the pond, not many people have a clue about this guy's talent ... just yet.

This October, Stromae will become the first French-speaking artists to headline Madison Square Garden in New York. So things are picking up for him over on this side of the Atlantic, too.

As this video released in collaboration with Pitchfork suggests, Stromae is now more than ready to take over New York.

Hello, America!

Stromae heads right to Times Square and starts playing his new hit "Papaoutai" ...

Not exactly as crowded as back in the concert arenas back home, right Stromae?

He then hits the streets.

Where the heck is the crowd this guy usually gets back in Europe?

Make sure to watch the entire video below. We can't wait to see what the future has in store for this insanely talented guy. 

Brace yourself, 'merica!

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