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"Where's Your Love" featuring Tinchy Stryder and Rita Ora, a homage to his UK garage days, was digitally released on 10 November 2008.The second single, "Insomnia", produced by Jim Beanz from Timbaland productions, a dance track with hard bassline beats, was released the following week on 17 November 2008.
In support of the release, David released two singles to promote the album.On the other hand, it's saying I have a lot more composure on the album."" David later signed on with Warner Music and put together his third album, The Story Goes..., which was released worldwide in August 2005 (excluding the U. The second single, "Don't Love You No More (I'm Sorry)", tied with "7 Days" as his longest-running single in the charts since "Re-Rewind", spending 15 weeks inside the UK top 75.The album's third single, "Unbelievable", debuted at number 18 in March 2006.In 2007, David collaborated with British rapper Kano on his album London Town, for the single "This Is the Girl".The track was released on 27 August 2007 and debuted at number 18 on the UK charts.The first single from his album Trust Me, "Hot Stuff (Let's Dance)", was released on 5 November 2007.
David successfully sought permission from David Bowie to sample his 1983 number-one single "Let's Dance".
David's father is Afro-Grenadian and David's mother is Anglo-Jewish and related to the founders of the Accurist watch-making company; David's maternal grandfather was an Orthodox Jew and his maternal grandmother a convert to Judaism.
David's father played bass in a reggae band called Ebony Rockers.
"Officially Yours" was released on 23 June 2008 and peaked at number 158 on the UK Singles Chart, becoming his lowest-charting single to date and was the final single from Trust Me.
In July, a new track titled "Are You Up for This" started receiving airplay on various radio stations as part of a promo with Ice Cream Records, which also featured a remix with Wittyboy called "Nutter Butter".
On 17 August 2008, David performed at a birthday tribute concert for songwriter Don Black at the London Palladium.