The stripped-back ballad is taken from the singer's chart-topping comeback album 'Following My Intuition'.
Craig David will release this year’s official BBC Children in Need single, the charity has announced.
David will perform the chosen song, ‘All We Needed’, a stripped-back ballad from his chart-topping comeback album ‘Following My Intuition’, on the BBC’s Children In Need telethon next Friday (November 18).
“This song is extremely personal to me. I’m so proud that it’s the BBC Children in Need single this year,” David said on BBC Radio 2 this morning.
All profits from the song will go to the charity, Children In Need has confirmed.
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Last month David scored his first UK Number One album in 16 years with ‘Following My Intuition’.
He beat Bon Iver‘s latest LP ’22, A Million’ to the top in both albums’ week of release. It is his first album chart-topper since his debut ‘Born To Do It’ in 2000.
“The last Number One I had was with ‘Born To Do It’ 16 years ago so to have another and to share it with so many amazing people – it’s surreal,” he said at the time.
“I’m seeing two generations connecting – the people who have been with me since 1999 and the crew who are just discovering me, both connecting on the same music, it’s the most amazing feeling. Thank you so much from the bottom of my heart. I don’t know what’s going on right now!”