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Numerous emotions can be elicited by music. However, have you ever witnessed a performance that was so amazing it made your skin crawl? Due to its astounding display of skill, a presentation from the Benedict College trombone section has gone viral online. William Bilal, a soloist, mesmerises the audience with an intense performance of Al Jarreau's "Black & Blues." The performance was part of a 2019 "Trombone Battle" between the MC Trombone Section of Miles College and the BC Funk Phi Slide of Benedict College. Their fellow band members are taken aback by the trombone section's performance on their stadium stands in honour of Homecoming. 

Bernard Robinson, who saw the show in person, wrote, "To all the people wondering why the band is so hyped, we had never heard them play this at all." "We heard it for the first time along with the rest of the crowd."

In addition to exhibiting a genuine love of music, Bilal's solo performance demonstrates his extraordinary ability to make the trombone sing. The Benedict College trombone section has since performed "Black & Blues" multiple times, solidifying it as a staple of their repertory. Additionally, they have improved upon Bilal's skills by utilising them in their own rendition of "Fish Fry Blues."

The musician's older brother, Hank Bilal, is a gifted trombone player who shared the stage with Aretha Franklin during the 2008 Grammy Awards, suggesting that talent runs in the family. The brothers have even performed in a few shows together since then. 

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