Jacob Collier Sings "Moon River," Daniel Caesar, & The Beatles in a Game of Song Association | ELLE

We need two hands to count the number of instruments he can play, and just as many to list the genres that Grammy Award winning artist Jacob Collier has mastered. On today's episode of Song Association, the London-born arranger, composer, and overall musical genius graced our studios with a taste of his prowess. Tune in (for our longest episode yet!), as Collier sings "Moon River," shares the origins of his Daniel Caesar collaborations, and schools us on the folk tunes that have inspired him most.

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