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Since the early 20th century, music and fashion have worked hand in hand.

Music brings fashion to the masses and is influential in creating subcultures that allow the wearer to express themselves creatively and share their individuality. It also helps create a sense of belonging with others that share the same music and fashion tastes.

Music and fashion have been intrinsically linked throughout the decades, resulting in global fashion trends. Over the last 100 years, music and fashion have always been connected. Whether a trend is adopted by a singer and shared with the masses or a performer's style catapults a trend to their adoring fans, the intrinsic connection between them cannot be denied.

Together, music and fashion have been responsible for some of the most iconic looks and subcultures created over the last century.

I Got Soul Performing Arts has been running for over 30 years from our base in Ruislip, Middlesex. I GOT SOUL Youth Dance Company was created by principals Sam and Alexia McAvoy in 2003 as a platform for the more progressed students of Soul to showcase their talents to industry professionals. A natural progression led to debuting our crews at these showcases as well.


Professional credits include Capital FM’s Summertime Ball, X Factor, The Brit Awards with Ed Sheeran, Britain’s Got Talent, The Voice Kids, Strictly Does The Full Monty, Pringles TV advert, West End productions of Cinderella, Dreamgirls, The Lion King, Frozen and The Bodyguard, film productions of Wonka, Wicked and Matilda, Red Bull Dance Your Style, Dance Unite, Red Bull BCOne, Warner Bros Park, music videos, Royal Albert Hall... to name a few.


Our breakers, aka House of Rebels, have also received high honours of their own and are now being recognised within the breaking community. They are coached by Lee Crowley, aka B-Boy "Reckless Lee".

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