Human Nature – Jacob Collier & Metropole Orkest – BBC Proms (2016)

Jacob Collier performs the Michael Jackson hit “Human Nature” with the Metropole Orchestra conducted by Jules Buckley. This performance was a part of the BBC Proms 49, broadcast live from the Royal Albert Hall in London on August 22nd, 2016.

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19 thoughts on “Human Nature – Jacob Collier & Metropole Orkest – BBC Proms (2016)”

  1. To all those tedious tossers wanging on and moaning about his vocals, vocal effects, interpretation of the song etc, you might want to note that this was uploaded by Quincy Jones' channel. The master respectfully disagrees.

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  2. Only a couple orchestras in the world can pull this off. Both classical and pop and jazz music are played equally well by the Dutch mastergroup. Hail!

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  3. Singers are not here to preform like others.
    His tribute was a taste of how he performs and I don't think any of you understand.
    If you claim to be musicians you understand what putting your own self into a song.
    He did amazing.
    If he didn't he wouldn't be there now would he.

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  4. magnifique infiniment tendrement splendide Pure merveille crème de bonheur plaisir des Oreilles rythme Sublime totale Merci

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