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Concert News: Omar ‘The Man’ Announces London Dates

“Stevie Wonder, Erykah Badu and now surely everyone knows, Omar is The Man” Producer, musician, Omar Lyefook celebrated the close of 2014 with many new music ventures, tour dates and extensive projects, including collaborative works that are storming the Soul Charts with ‘The British Collective’. There is no stopping this creative entity, with Tour dates and stage performances lined up …

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‘The British Collective’ Behind the scenes..

Behind The Scenes with The British Collective ‘A British Soul Renaissance’ The British Collective are bringing together decades of experience, millions of record sales, innovative vocal techniques direct from the Recording Studio, to the airways, TV, and on stage. The artistic influences created by this British Soul movement has come full circle ‘In a Conversation with’ DeepertheBeats, discussing music culture, …

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New Music: Omar – ‘Stop War Make Love’

Heavy Soul Track, love it – Ras Kwame Playlisting – Jazzie B The classically trained Soul singer, and songwriter Omar, drops his new track, with a heavy vibe and a socially conscious message. Hitting hard, with Funky hooks and a collaboration with the Grammy award winning ‘The Scratch Professor’ he continues to fly the flag for quality, and polished RnB …

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New Video: The British Collective – “Romantic”

We recently brought you the exclusive new single “Romantic” by the British Collective and now the video has hit our screens. The British Collective is made up of Don-e, Junior Giscombe, Leee John, Noel McKoy and Omar, who together have been amongst the of British Soul. Sit back relax and enjoy the visual for the stunning track “Romantic”, and let …

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DTB New Music Exclusive : The British Collective – “Romantic”

True collaboration, that deserves its place in UK Music History – The British Collective To put into context the significance of the collaborative birth of ‘The British Collective’ we must take a short journey back into the history of British R&B music. It was in the 70’s that we began to see the steady rise of British R&B music, moving …

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