Relive the R&B and Storage legend’s largest tracks, that includes ‘7 Days,’ ‘Fill Me In’ and ‘Re-Rewind.’
Since bursting on to the music scene along with his Suave Dodger collaboration ‘Re-Rewind’ again in 1999, Craig David has develop into a UK music legend. The discharge of his debut album ‘Born To Do It’ in 2000 noticed him break information that he nonetheless holds to at the present time, and songs together with ‘7 Days,’ ‘Fill Me In’ and ‘What’s Your Flava’ nonetheless get performs in golf equipment and on radios day by day.
As Craig David makes his long-awaited musical comeback with the discharge of his 2015 single ‘When The Bassline Drops’ we relive a few of his most epic tracks from the final 15 years – and fall in love with them over again.
The third single to be launched from Craig David’s debut ‘Born to Do It’ album, ‘Strolling Away’ continues to be to at the present time one of many final chill-out r&b jams to stay on while you want some headspace. Hit play and revel in.
‘7 Days’ is Craig David’s largest hit so far – and it is no shock why. The track, which is homed on ‘Born to Do It’, helped the 2000 album make historical past by turning into the quickest promoting album ever by a British male solo act – a document the album nonetheless holds to at the present time.
One of the underrated tracks on Craig David’s ‘Born To Do It’ album, ‘Rendezvous’ sees Craig David sluggish issues down and exploit his clean r&b vocals. The track went on to be David’s fifth prime 10 hit on the album.
‘Fill Me In’
“Why have been you creeping round late final night time?..” – the lyrics that also get everybody lit within the membership, even 15 years after it was first performed. ‘Fill Me In’ was Craig David’s first solo single and it shot to primary, making Craig David the youngest British male to have a UK number-one single since 1959.
‘Rise & Fall’ Feat. Sting
Craig David sampled Sting and teamed up with the long-lasting singer for his ‘Slicker Than Your Common’ slow-song ‘Rise & Fall.’ The observe was successful, peaking at quantity two on the UK singles chart.
‘Do not Love You No Extra (I am Sorry)’
The largest hit from Craig David’s third studio album, ‘The Story Goes…’, ‘Do not Love You No Extra’ tied with ‘7 Days’ for probably the most weeks spent – 15 in complete – within the prime 75 on the UK singles chart.
Suave Dodger – ‘Re-Rewind’
Craig David’s first style of success got here when his vocals featured on the now legendary Suave Dodger observe ‘Re-Rewind.’ It is arduous to consider the storage anthem was launched all the way in which again in 1999.
‘What’s Your Flava’
“Inform me what’s your flava?” peaked at quantity 4 again when it was launched off Craig’s ‘Slicker Than Your Common’ album in 2002.
‘This Is the Lady’ Feat. Kano
Keep in mind this tune? It featured on each Kano’s second album and Craig David’s fourth studio album ‘This Is The Lady’ in 2007. Hit play and relive it.
‘When The Bassline Drops’ Feat. Huge Narstie
This 12 months Craig David made an epic musical comeback with the discharge of his garage-inspired new track ‘When The Bassline Drops,’ that includes Grime MC Huge Narstie.