remember craig david before he turned country and western?

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  1. 'born to do it' was the shit.
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  2. [youtube]RWOU7oosYDo[/youtube]
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  3. hiphop4govener2

    hiphop4govener2 Active Member

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    N!gga looks like Loyd Banks.
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  4. Temperanza

    Temperanza Cunt

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    Country and Western, wtf?!?!
    I used to love his sexy british self.
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  5. Teen Prodigy

    Teen Prodigy Short2003's e-child

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    He had some talent ( still does), but his music never did much to move me. "Fill me in" (no homo) was nice, as was "7 days" ( is that what it was called?).
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  6. MISSKEYdaQUEEN

    MISSKEYdaQUEEN Watch the black panther..

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    this song is sooo old...

    I prefer this one:


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  7. Hardkore

    Hardkore Blunts@TheBeach

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    "nobody has to know" is still one of my favorite r&b songs of all-time.

    oh well. this nigga turned gay or something.
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  8. IBRICHGRLY

    IBRICHGRLY POSION IVY

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    What The Hell..he Went Country And Western On Us.... Noooo... I Use To Love His Music...
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  9. The Jeus

    The Jeus _________

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    He is neither country nor western. What are you talking about?
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  10. I meant rnb urban garage/ to cheesy pop that a country singer might sing, but thats just my opinion and said partly in jest to capture his shift in style. Maybe he didn't want to be put into a single catergory, maybe he wanted to go the brian mcknight route, but hits like "I dont love you no more don't compare to songs "back at one". Maybe he never got the beats, I dunno, I just think his first album was really innovative and fresh and then something happened...
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  11. badman2k6

    badman2k6 New Member

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    haha fuck lyk lloyd banks!!
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  12. Craig David

    Craig David New Member

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    brit boi gee i respect ur opinion mate, but i'm still the most successful British "R nbeeeee OHH YEAHH" artist ever.

    I don't make "country and western" blud, i make music which happens to be accompanied by an acoustic guitar. It makes me seem more mature. i cant be singing over 1998 drum and base beats anymore. Do you think i want to end up in a dole cue at Southampton job center, with The Artful Dodger and Mega Man ? u a joka blud

    check it out, u got somethin to say, u got something to say , ohhhh yeah

    craig david






    13 million records sold mate, lived the dream,
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  13. absolute zero

    absolute zero Among the living

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    ^^^^^dead @ sig.
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    Ev-G (Producer) New Member

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  16. craig was at his best with links to urban southampton and london music that came out of the indivduality of our cities
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