Craig David says he is a ‘clairvoyant’ and ‘can see things in the future’

Craig David has revealed he is a "clairvoyant" and has the ability to see things in the future".

The singer and songwriter, 41, has claimed he's always had a special gift that helps him to see into the future, but has kept it under wraps until now.

Speaking to The Sun, Craig explained: “I’m super empathic, super sensitive and super psychic, which I feel very liberated to say now."

He went on to add that he'd stayed quiet about his psychic abilities in the past, saying: “I was a bit in the closet about being psychic. But I’m very clairvoyant and I can see things in the future.”

Elsewhere, the hitmaker claimed he is also a "clairaudient" which means he can hear people from the future and past.

"I’m clairaudient. My ears ring off like crazy and I know there’s a guide or some ancestor trying to come through – and tuning in," Craig told the publication as he detailed his psychic talents.

The 41 year old has just released his eighth studio album, titled 22, and his new book, which is part-memoir part-self help, is set to hit shelves on 13 October.

His debut novel, tiled What's Your Vibe?, has been in the works for two years and will see Craig share "some of the lessons" he's learnt over the years.

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Describing his book on his website, the star wrote: "For the past 2 years, I’ve been working on this book which isn’t your typical memoire or self-help manual, but more of a place to share some of the lessons I’ve learnt over the years that have helped me navigate day to day life.

"I’ve had to dig deep at times to put the words to paper, but I hope this can help someone with their journey to becoming their best self."

In his book, Craig opens up about the crippling back injury he suffered in 2017 and he recently detailed his experience on Fearne Cotton's Happy Place podcast.

He told Fearne: “I’ve never felt such pain in my life. And that became my life for the next few years. I was getting one hour of sleep. I couldn’t get to sleep until about six o’clock in the morning."

He continued: “I hate to say this but I had really dark thoughts where I was, like, you know what, if this is going to be my life from now on, whatever we need to do to stop this… I’m thankful I never got to the point of, ‘How would I go about doing that?’”


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