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He was a bass guitarist in his own right, and was in a reggae revival group called Ebony Rockers, way back in the day.

David’s second album, 2002’s Slicker Than Your Average, was led by the single “What’s Your Flava? For many contemporary British artists, he’s a trailblazer who set a blueprint for how to take underground sounds mainstream — which might be one reason why grime’s heavy hitters like Stormzy and JME are paying respect to him, and why scene stalwart Big Narstie was keen to collaborate with him on "When The Bassline Drops" in November 2015. He’s now gearing up to release his sixth album, Following My Intuition, later this year.The Rn B singer performed his awesome garage take of “Say My Name” on Friday, mashing up the 1999 hit with “Feed Em To The Lions” by Boy Better Know’s Solo 45.David, 35, also treated listeners to a reworked rendition of his latest single with Sigala, “Ain’t Giving Up”. The album features Blonde collaboration “Nothing Like This” and club favourite “When The Bassline Drops” with Big Narstie, while Lauren Faith and Kaytranda both feature as guests on “Got It Good”.You were only 17 when you wrote your breakout singles “Fill Me In” and “7 Days.” How did you first get started making music?I think it stemmed from my dad having me do flamenco Spanish guitar lessons.You say you’re in the studio, but I think you’re walking into the studio, out onto the terrace and getting a suntan.” They were right. What I recognized was that Miami wasn’t conducive to making music. As beautiful as the apartment or the car is, if you’re just driving the car for driving’s sake, you’ve got to ask yourself the questions: What are you really doing this for? When Mista Jam pressed play on that "Where Are Ü Now" instrumental, and I went in on that “Fill Me In” vibe... There’s also people who grew up with me on a nostalgia flex, feeling like they’re 20 years old again, so there’s two generations connecting. Do you think the awards show has a diversity problem? “When The Bassline Drops” felt like a fresh start, so I think that’ll be on the record too.