Craig David (Born 19 September 1982 in Southampton, Hampshire, England) is an English pop artist who shot to fame upon the success of his debut single ‘Fill Me In’, which reached number one on the UK Singles Chart. It was taken from his debut album, ‘Born To Do It’, which was released on 30 June 2000. Craig David’s musical influences range from hip-hop to R’n’B and evident on the album are Craig’s takes on these genres as well as garage, soul and even country. Craig is known mainly for his remixes of other tracks including ‘Seven Days’ and Craig is also a great tunesmith, penning many of his own songs including the worldwide hit ‘7 Days’, which Craig co-wrote alongside Amelle Berrabah. Craig’s music has been featured in several films and TV series including ‘It Was an Accident’, ‘Sexy People’ and Craig David guest starred in an episode of popular ITV drama series ‘The Bill’ Craig also featured on the track ‘Tumbling Down’ by English group Paperclip People which was released as a single on 8 August 2006 and reached number 27 in the UK Singles Chart. Craig David’s second album, entitled ‘Slicker Than Your Average’, was released on 26 July 2002. Craig co-wrote and arranged every single on the album as well as producing a few of the tracks including Craig’s own track ‘Fill Me In’, which was Craig David’s debut hit in early 2000. Craig co‑wrote and performed the theme tune for Coca‑Cola adverts, entitled ‘Coca Cola Christmas Fantasy’. The song also featured Craig’s ex-girlfriend Sherisse Laurence Craig also worked on a track entitled ‘Ride It’, which Craig David collaborated with Lemon Jelly to produce the song.
George Gershwin – I Got Plenty O Nuttin Piano Sheet Music George Gershwin’s “I Got Plenty o’ Nuttin’” was featured in Porgy and Bess, a George and Ira Gershwin musical which debuted on Broadway in 1935. The song is sung by the protagonist of George and Ira Gershwin’s opera, Porgy. The song is significant because