Craig David is making an official comeback and shared the news he has signed with Sony with his fans on social media.
The 34-year-old, who first shot to fame in the early 2000s with hits such as Fill Me In and 7 Days, has recently worked with Big Narstie and performed on the last series of The X Factor.
But today it was even bigger news for the singer as he signed with Insanity Records – a joint venture between Sony UK and independent company Speakerbox.
He said: “Throughout my career my management team have had my back and been by my side, helping me develop my ideas and bring them to fruition.
“Together with JEM Artists, I’m really excited to be working on my new album with such quality people at Insanity, Speakerbox and Sony Music UK, whose enthusiasm and willingness to back me and my music is incredible!”
Here’s Craig’s comeback track and first top 20 in 10 years – ‘When The Bassline Drops’ with Big Narstie.