Recently, Craig David has made a huge comeback to the music scene with his hit “When The Bassline Drops” featuring Big Narstie, but this isn’t all for the Garage MC. Craig has managed to bring back garage to the UK scene but with a twist – so far we’ve seen him impress us with two amazing Justin Bieber hit covers that have been reworked with an impressively catchy UK garage vibe. Now he’s done it again with the latest hit from popular girl group Little Mix.
The 34-year-old producer has turned their latest hit “Secret Love Song” into an up-beat bouncy garage number that takes us back to the 2000’s. What’s great about Craig David’s impressive covers is that he gives the younger generation that includes Little Mix and Justin Bieber fans the chance to hear what Garage music sounds like and how it needs to make a comeback to the music scene majorly.
”I had heard it in the car and I thought this is a huge song,” said the Garage MC when he went on Capital Breakfast with Dave Berry to perform his latest Garage rework.
“It is going to be a hit whatever happens, but I was just like any cover I want to do I can’t just do the same thing.”
“I could sing it but if I can make it move in a different direction and, especially because I love going out and playing and doing my TS5 shows, I want to be able to play out the cover rather than I just did a little acoustic thing.”
His new cover follows his recent new deal with Sony Music’s Insanity Records that he signed ahead of his brand new album that is to be dropped later on this year. His new album will be his sixth studio album and will be titled ‘Following My Intuition’. We’ve already heard one of the singles from his upcoming album ‘When The Bassline Drops’ which peaked within the Top 10 on iTunes and reached No.12 on the Official UK chart, cementing his comeback in the UK charts.
2016 has only just begun and Craig David has already started killing the music scene, expect more Garage covers from the legendary Garage MC and a (what’s to be expected) killer album to be dropped later on this year that will hopefully mark the return of garage in the music scene.