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R&B Sensation Craig David Meets Travellers at Changi Airport in Singapore

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Renowned R&B singer-songwriter Craig David made a special appearance at Singapore Changi Airport on Tuesday evening, much to the delight of passengers at Terminal 2s Departure/Transit Mall.

 Organised by the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS), this meet-and-greet session presented fans with the opportunity to walk away with photographs and autographs of the soulful singer, who is in Singapore as part of his Greatest Hits Tour.

 Craig David burst onto the scene with his debut album, Born to Do It, in 2001. The chart-topping album spawned four Top Ten hits and earned multi- platinum status in more than 20 countries. He has since released three successful studio albums and a recent Greatest Hits album.

The multi-talented singer has also won a string of prestigious awards, including the Ivor Novello Awards, as well as multiple Grammy and BRIT Award nominations.

 This rare opportunity to catch Craig David in-person was made possible by the CAAS and Changi Airports meet-and-greet sessions with famous personalities.

Previous celebrity sessions featured Air Supply, Mtley Cre, Bollywood superstars such as Shah Rukh Khan and Amitabh Bachchan and top golfers Annika Sorenstam and Lorena Ochoa.

Changi Airport is one of the first airports in the world to organise such meet-and-greet sessions for travellers in transit.

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