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Emerging from the UK’s late-90s garage explosion, Craig David was the scene’s dream figurehead. His debut album artfully welds the cocksure vitality of a zeitgeist genre with the pop sensibilities of a chart veteran to produce a set sounding more like a greatest hits. Opener “Fill Me In” might be the definitive David moment: thrilling two-step and ultra-smooth Spanish guitar, about five choruses and that honeyed vocal flitting effortlessly between R&B croon and rap. “7 Days” provided a (pretty ambitious) dating timetable for a nation (“Took her for a drink on Tuesday…”), “Walking Away” and “Bootyman” are the lighters-aloft mature moments while “Can’t Be Messin’ Around” and “Time To Party” are potent reminders of his MC abilities.


Born: 05 May 1981 in Southampton, England

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

During a period of three years, Craig David transitioned from aspiring songwriter and DJ to major U.K. pop star. When his meringue-smooth, garage-tinged R&B single "Fill Me In" reached the top of the U.K. chart during the summer of 2000, the singer, only 19 years old at the time, became the youngest British male solo artist to achieve the feat. Not only that, but he also achieved mainstream U.S. acceptance and platinum sales in 18 additional countries. Though he did not sustain that level of popularity,...
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