Craig David gives impromptu rendition of ‘7 days’ on a bus

"We just wanted to catch a little vibe."

Craig David has surprised fans by giving an impromptu rendition of his classic track ‘7 Days’ whilst taking a bus ride.

In a Facebook live stream, the musician was filmed getting on the bus with long-time collaborator Kwame Yeboah to play an acoustic version of the song.

He also played ‘Magic’, the first track from his new album ‘The Time Is Now’.


“We just wanted to catch a little vibe, warm up on the way to the studio,” he told spectators as they gave him a round of applause. Watch the video below:

#TheTimeIsNow ? I just got on a bus in London and will be performing a few songs! ?☄? What a time to be alive! ?? #ad

Posted by Craig David on Tuesday, March 27, 2018

However, the video is labelled as an ad for BT and certain quirks have convinced fans it could be a set-up.

David does not appear to pay a fare whilst boarding, and none of the spectators seem to be filming the performance on their phones.

Set-up or not, David’s voice is as smooth as ever.

Last week, Craig David was joined onstage in Los Angeles by Justin Bieber.



Speaking to the crowd at LA’s Roxy Theatre, Bieber gushed about the support David had offered him from the start of his career.

“So this guy right here supported me from day one, came to my shows”, Bieber told the Los Angeles crowd.

“I’ve got so much love for him. He’s an amazing guy, but he’s an incredible artist and I’m just glad to be here. I had so much fun.”