David Brent made his big return on Comic Relief after he was off screens for 10 years.
David Brent made famous appearing on The Office used his time back in the limelight to debut a political reggae song called Equality Street.
Ricky Gervais resurrected his popular character for the fundraising fun and viewers learned that the former General Manager of Wernham–Hogg paper merchants is now a cleaning sales man with musical aspirations.
David Brent teamed up with a young male artist Dom Johnson and persuaded him to duo on a track called Equality Street.Lyrics include: “Come with me down Equality Street, you don’t know who you’re going to meet.”
“At the end there’s a golden gate, it let in love it don’t let in hate.”
Another line included: “Black people aren’t crazy, Fat people aren’t lazy. And dwarves aren’t babies.”comic relief, david brent, equality street, ricky gervais