'Another Level' to make comeback after 14 years?

Popular 1990s British boyband 'Another Level' is reportedly set to make a comeback on New Years Eve after 14 years.

London: Popular 1990s British boyband 'Another Level' is reportedly set to make a comeback on New Years Eve after 14 years.

The 'Freak Me' hitmakers enjoyed a string of chart hits during their 1990s heyday and collaborated with stars including Jay Z before splitting in 2000, reported Contactmusic.

The news follows the return of another 1990s pop group, S Club 7, which reunited earlier this month and scored a sell-out after announcing a UK tour.

"All the lads have managed to sync their diaries and are determined to make their reunion work next year. They have been inspired by the reaction S Club 7 got after their comeback.

"The reunion is top secret at the moment and they have got a meeting with their management company this week to thrash out the finer details," a source said.

The band featured Dane Bowers along with Mark Baron, Wayne Williams and Bobak Kianoush. 

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