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Craig David - Listen to Tunes

Craig David hit it big with the tune Fill Me In.
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Craig David - Listen to Tunes - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 1 Star Rating)

What do ya get when you mix Lenny's coolness and Usher's soul with catchy lyrics and a sexy-smooth voice? You get Craig David. We've got some interesting trivia on Craig and you can listen to his tunes!

What do ya get when you mix Lenny Kravitz's coolness and Usher's soul with catchy, creative lyrics and a sexy-smooth voice? You get Craig David. This UK crooner is climbing up the ladder to stardom - and with good reason. He's cute, he's talented and he's got style baby! Check out some interesting trivia on Craig David and listen to his tunes while you're at it!

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Five Quirky Craig David Facts:

  • Craig David thinks he was a dog in a previous life.
  • Craig used to work part-time at McDonald's.
  • Craig's fave saying is "Do your thang."
  • Craig's favorite actor is Keanu Reeves and his fave flicks are Devil's Advocate and The Matrix.
  • Craig David has his own personal hairdresser who's name is Five.

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    Five Crooning Craig David Facts:

  • Encouraged by his mom at 15, Craig David entered a song writing competition and won!
  • Craig says he might like to dabble in acting sometime in the future.
  • The tune Fill Me In is considered to be Craig David's big break hit. It debuted at #1 in the UK.
  • P. Diddy was so impressed by Craig's music, he called him up and complimented him.
  • Craig David's dad used to be a member of a group called Ebony Rockers. They were signed to EMI Records.

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