Love Yourself Performed by Craig David

When Justin Bieber was six, and fewer than a decade faraway from becoming by far the first major YouTube success story, a 17-year-old from Southampton was seizing the global pop charts. That teenager was Craig David.

Fast-forward 16 years, and Bieber, like David, has lived his adolescence from the private eye. After scandal and arrest, the 21-year-old Canadian is here back which has a remorseful a wildly successful album, Purpose , tracks from where have dominated the UK Top 40 to this kind of extent which he made a public plea to the NHS Choir to win Christmas Number One over his or her own track, Love Yourself .

Love Yourself Video

David, meanwhile, has weathered the turbulent seas of Bo Selecta parodies and tumbling album sales, and, while using assistance of Bieber's generation, turn into shining illustration showing how pop has-beens can rejuvenate their careers by having a combination of Instagram wisdom and nostalgia for UK Garage.

Justin Bieber

Last year, David released a remix of his debut solo single, Fill Me In, with Bieber's Where Are U Now. But it took a BBC 1Xtra Live Lounge session to genuinely bring Bieber and David's worlds together, however they have collided, we could all finally be aware of the meaning of David's debut album title: Born to Do It.

Because David's cover of Bieber's Love Yourself is a marvel, and, as is also the way in 2016, has sparked mass excitement online – by even predicting that David's comeback will observe that of Bieber's, in the same way Bieber's career followed that regarding David's.

About Purpose Album

Purpose would be the fourth studio album by Canadian singer Justin Bieber, released on November 13, 2015, by Def Jam Recordings and School Boy Records. The album was preceded with the release of the lead single "What Do You Mean?", which reached # 1 in many music charts, as well as the record-breaking second single "Sorry". The third single "Love Yourself" also met chart success, reaching primary in seven countries, while reaching the highest five in the United States.

It debuted at number-one within the Billboard 200 chart, selling 522,000 copies to use first week of release, which gave Bieber his sixth # 1 album in the United States following Believe Acoustic (2013). Check Purpose chords here.

Official 'Purpose' Video