Legendary singer, Terry Hall, has died at age 63.
Hall was the lead singer of The Specials, known for their politically charged lyrics.
The band, with its mix of black and white members and Jamaican sound, symbolized multicultural Britain.
"Too Much Too Young" and "Ghost Town" both hit No. 1 on the UK Singles Chart.
Hall left The Specials in 1981 to form Fun Boy Three but returned and performed with the band until this year.
His former bandmates called him "one of the most brilliant singers, songwriters, and lyricists" in the country.
Billy Bragg described The Specials as a celebration of Caribbean immigration's impact on British culture.
Hall was known for his expressionless delivery and the band's signature suits, hats, and shoes.
The news of his passing was met with sadness and condolences from fans and fellow musicians.
Rest in peace, Terry Hall.