Craig David announces first new album in six years Following My Intuition

The RnB singer is 'back in that 16-year-old kid mode' 

Jess Denham@jess_denham
Friday 19 August 2016 11:34
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Craig David has sold more than 15 million albums worldwide since launching his career in 1999
Craig David has sold more than 15 million albums worldwide since launching his career in 1999

Craig David is re-rewinding the clock back to the height of his chart domination with the release of his first new album in six years, Following My Intuition.

The hugely popular RnB singer will drop his hotly-awaited record on 30 September with “Ain’t Giving Up”, his latest single with Sigala, opening the tracklist.

“I’m back in that 16-year-old kid mode, hungry, passionate and making music that I’m truly proud of,” he said. “I want to deliver the music that people have been asking for, for so long, following my intuition and coming from a great place.”

Following My Intuition will be David’s first new album since 2010’s Signed, Sealed, Delivered as well as marking sixteen years (it makes us feel old too) since he took the club scene by storm with Born To Do It. It’s nostalgia overload for many of us, but with some fresh new beats to hook younger listeners in too.

David performs at V Festival this weekend followed by Fusion Festival in Liverpool on 3 September, while continuing his Ibiza Rocks Hotel residency every Sunday. He has sold more than 15 million albums worldwide during the course of his long career, achieving 16 Top 10 hits and multi-platinum status in over 20 countries.


The tracklist in full:

“Ain’t Giving Up” (with Sigala)

“When the Bassline Drops” (with Big Narstie)

“Don’t Go”

“16”

“Couldn’t Be Mine”

“One More Time”

“Change My Love”

“Nothing Like This” (with Blonde)

“Got It Good” (with Kaytranada and Lauren Faith)

“All We Needed”

“Louder Than Words”

“What If”

“Like A Fan”

“Better With You”

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