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Artist Biography For Dave

There Are At Least Two Artists Called Dave 1 A British Rapper Singer Songwriter Record Producer And Actor Who Is Among The Most Recognised British Hip-Hop Artists And 2 A Dutch Francophone Singer With A String Of Number One Hits In France In The 1970s 1 David Orobosa Omoregie Born 5 June 1998 Known Professionally As Dave Or Santan Dave Is A British Rapper Singer Songwriter Record Producer And Actor. Dave Has Gained Acclaim For His Socially Conscious Lyricism And Wordplay And Is Among The Most Recognised British Rappers. Dave Released His Debut Extended Play Six Paths In 2016 After The Release Of A Number Of Successful Singles Including The Grime Song "Thiago Silva" With AJ Tracey. In The Same Year Canadian Rapper Drake Premiered A Remix Single Of Dave's Song "Wanna Know" Featuring Himself On OVO Sound Radio. Dave Released His Second EP Game Over In 2017. In 2018 His Political Song "Question Time" — Which Directed Criticism Towards The British Government — Won The Ivor Novello Award For Best Contemporary Song. In The Same Year He Released "Funky Friday" Featuring Fredo Which Became His First Number-One Hit On The UK Singles Chart And His First Platinum-Certified Release. Dave's Debut Album Psychodrama 2019 Was Met With Widespread Critical Acclaim And Debuted At Number One On The UK Albums Chart Having The Biggest First-Week Streams For A UK Rap Album. It Went On To Win The Mercury Prize And Album Of The Year At The 2020 Brit Awards. He Made His Acting Debut In The Third Season Of The Netflix Series Top Boy Which Was Released In September 2019. 2 Wouter Otto Levenbach Born 4 May 1944 In Amsterdam Known As Dave Is A Dutch Francophone Singer Who Had A String Of Number One Hits In France In The 1970s. From 1971 To 1974 He Was One Of The Actors In The Musical Godspell Making Friends With Actor Daniel Auteuil Who Would Become His Best Friend. In 1974 He Released His First Hit "Trop Beau" A French Adaptation Of The Rubettes' Hit "Sugar Baby Love". Later He Released "Vanina" His First Number-One Single In France An Adaptation Of Del Shannon's "Runaway" Adapted Into French By Patrick Loiseau. These Were Followed In 1975 By The Three Hits "Mon Cœur Est Malade" "Dansez Maintenant" And "Du Côté De Chez Swann". His Self-Titled First Album Was Released At The End Of 1975. By That Time He Did Not Only Have Great Success In France And Belgium But Also In His Country Of Origin The Netherlands Where "Dansez Maintenant" Was A Number 1 Hit. His Later Hits Included "Lettre À Hélène" 1978 "Comment Ne Pas Être Amoureux De Vous" 1978 And "Allo Elisa" 1979 . In The 1980s His Popularity Waned But Until His Seventies He Still Had An Audience Due To Live Performances.

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