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Born to miss out

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01.03.2001

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good singer

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no awards

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After watching the Brit Awards I was baffled that Craig David failed to pick up one single award after being nominated for 6.

I am not surprised he was gutted, so would I be. I thought it was fitting when he sang ‘Fill Me In’ and ended it with ‘I have been nominated for 6 Brits, No Brits for, someone Fill Me In’.

I know Coldplay are good but for A1 to win best newcomer surely Craig David is miles better.

His lyric’s are excellent, very consistent and his albums his just brilliant. Every track could be a chart hit that how good he was.

Nevermind hey……he doesn’t need an award to tell him how good he his although I am sure it would have been nice.

But, if he can’t win any awards when his album is so good, what chance has he got if his second album isn’t that good.
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