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craig david is definitely slicker than your average, with a voice as soft and sweet as honey and lyrics to get you dancing, he is one of the most talented british R'n'B artists out there. hits such as 7 days and fill me in are to remain classics for time to come and recent singles such as spanish and whats your flava have definitley shown another side to craig's talents. another classic will be that of the track in which we first saw craig davids talent, re- rewind with artful dodger. this little masterpiece made a new genre of its own not quite fitting into either the R'n'B or dance genres but lingering somewhere between the two, masterful. all in all craig davids impressive detail to his music make him stand out above other british talents.
so far craig david has released two albums titled Born to do it and Slicker than your average:
Born to do it: 01 Fill me in -1st single reached #1 02 Can't be messing round 03 Rendezvous 04 7 days -2nd single reached#1 05 Follow me 06 Last night 07 Walking Away 08 Time to party 09 Booty Man 10 Once in a lifetime 11 You know what 12 Re-wind
Slicker than your average: 01 Slicker Than Your Average 02 Whats Your Flava 03 Fast Cars 04 Hidden Agenda 05 Eenie Meenie 06 You Dont Miss Your Water ('Til the well runs dry) 07 Rise and Fall (feat. Sting) 08 Personal 09 Hands Up In The Air 10 2 Steps Back 11 Spanish 12 Whats Changed 13 World Filled With Love
Craig davids music would appeal to anybody who likes soft meaningful music, with lyrics to make you feel good. i would recommend anybody to buy these albums as they really are wonderful to listen to and his lyrics have certainly helped me feel good especially those of walking away.
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