The British Collective

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The British Collective
11th December 2014

The British Collective is a five piece group, consisting of what can only be described as legends of soul, RnB and reggae in the 80s and 90s.

Omar, Junior Giscombe and Noel McKoy have individually sold millions of records around the world.

‘Bodytalk’, ’Mama Used to Say,’ ‘There’s Nothing Like This’… if you’re old enough to remember these Brit-soul classics, you might be keen to know that the men behind them.

The British Collective have now reformed to take on the music world again, and they join the Evening Show to discuss how they have reimagined their work and winning Grammys.

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