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Opium Barcelona pres. Craig David

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During a period of three years, Craig David transitioned from aspiring songwriter and DJ to major U.K. pop star. When his meringue-smooth, garage-tinged R&B single "Fill Me In" reached the top of the U.K. chart during the summer of 2000, the singer, only 19 years old at the time, became the youngest British male solo artist to achieve the feat. Not only that, but he also achieved mainstream U.S. acceptance and platinum sales in 18 additional countries. Though he did not sustain that level of popularity, David released solid modern R&B albums every few years. Through 2015, he had racked up a total of 14 Top Ten U.K. pop hits. Prior to his breakthrough, David, a native of Southampton, was a local radio jock and later found himself spinning records at clubs, which enabled him to cross paths with some of England's up-and-coming producers. It was during this time that he hooked up with Artful Dodger's Mark Hill, but his first real break came when he won a songwriting contest held by the group Damage, who recorded "I'm Ready," the track he submitted, and released it as a B-side to their 1997 single "Wonderful Tonight." Two years later, Artful Dodger produced and wrote the mellow yet rhythmically tricky "Rewind," for which David provided the lead vocal -- the release was billed as Artful Dodger Presents Craig David -- and the song went to number two on the U.K. pop chart. The release of David's first proper solo single, "Fill Me In," came in April 2000. A collaboration with Hill, the song went to number one and propelled sales of Born to Do It, the debut album issued four months later. A subsequent stateside deal with Atlantic also fostered worldwide sales of well over three million and helped take U.K. garage beyond a national phenomenon (if as a polished, smoothed-out product relative to the style's beginnings). U.S. superstars Missy Elliott, Beyoncé, and Usher called themselves fans, and that year David won three MOBO (Music of Black Origin) awards, though he was snubbed in each of the six Brit Award categories for which he was nominated. He collected another MOBO in 2001 for Best U.K. Act, and also received three Ivor Novello awards, further recognition of this purple patch of songwriting. Slicker Than Your Average, ironically a slightly grittier album, was issued as David's second album in November 2002. It would have been nearly impossible to trump the popularity of Born to Do It, but the album's first four singles all reached the U.K. Top Ten. The U.S. was still paying attention; the album reached gold sales there. Nearly three years passed until the release of The Story Goes…, a set for Warner filled with polite, adult-leaning contemporary R&B. It featured a Top Five U.K. single in "All the Way," but the album was not released in the States. The bolder, more upbeat Trust Me, led by the Top Ten, David Bowie-sampling "Hot Stuff (Let’s Dance)" and the Kano collaboration "This Is the Girl," was released in 2007. The following year David's achievements to date were underlined not only by a Greatest Hits compilation but also by an honorary doctorate awarded by Southampton Solent University. Acknowledging the influence of Motown artists on his work, David issued the covers album Signed, Sealed, Delivered in 2010. Next, following a run of international tour dates and a number of charity initiatives, he began to focus on new material once again in the studio, issuing collaborations with Subliminal Records owner Erick Morillo and the house duo Stereo Palma. In 2013, David spread his wings further by appearing on the judging panel for, as well as performing on, the TV show South African Idol. By this time, he had also begun to host exclusive parties at his home in Miami and the DJ sets that he performed on these nights soon developed into a weekly residency on radio station Capital Xtra. This period also featured an extensive world tour as well as sessions for a prospective sixth studio album. The first singles from that set were issued in late 2015 and early 2016. "When the Bassline Drops," featuring Big Narstie, reached number ten on the U.K. chart, and "Nothing Like This," produced by Blonde, went Top 20. Around the same time, David was featured on tracks by Katy B ("Who Am I") and Kaytranada ("Got It Good"). Following My Intuition arrived in September 2016 and topped the U.K. albums chart. Almost exactly a year later, David released "Heartline," the first preview of his seventh album, and quickly followed it with the Bastille collaboration "I Know You," his 13th Top Ten U.K. hit as lead artist. The parent full-length, titled The Time Is Now, arrived in January 2018 with Blonde, Fraser T. Smith, and Kaytranada among the many collaborators. ~ Andy Kellman & MacKenzie Wilson, Rovi

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Opium Barcelona

Passeig Marítim de la Barceloneta 34, Barcelona, Spain

Au coeur de la célèbre plage de la Barceloneta, se trouve l'un des clubs de référence de la capitale catalane, Opium. Dans une position privilégiée sur le front de mer, on trouve l'entrée principale d'un club qui a marqué les nuits catalane pendant de nombreuses années. Lorsque vous franchissez les portes du club et descendez les escaliers jusqu'à ce que vous vous retrouviez au niveau de la mer, vous serez surpris par la décoration ostentatoire du club. Tout est parfaitement pris en compte, au détail près, pour faire de votre nuit une expérience unique. L'opium dispose d'une pièce principale pouvant accueillir jusqu'à 3 000 personnes. Une structure ambiguë et moderniste où les escaliers, les plates-formes, les couloirs et les espaces Vips convergent. Une logistique parfaitement entretenue où ses bars gigantesques et son accès remarquable aux services rendront votre nuit beaucoup plus facile. Les installations ont été conçues de sorte que vous puissiez vous concentrer uniquement sur la chose la plus importante, profiter de la nuit. Nous n'avons pas encore mentionné le facteur différentiel qui fait d'Opium Barcelona, le club qui fait la différence. Une terrasse spectaculaire à seulement deux mètres du sable de la plage. Une armée de tables, de canapés et de végétation soignée qui créent l'atmosphère parfaite pour que vous puissiez vous détendre pendant que vous prenez tranquillement votre verre. En ce qui concerne la musique, Opium est la Mecque des amateurs de danse hits. Vous trouverez de l'électro dans des formats tels que la House, Dance et EDM accompagnés des thèmes commerciaux les plus actuels. Le vendredi, vous pouvez profiter de quelques notes de Hip Hop, trap et R & B, mais le dénominateur commun de toutes leurs soirées est la bonne musique. Axwell, Ingrosso, Avicii, Tiesto, David Guetta, Steve Aoki, Eric Prydz Martin Solveig, Afrojack, Nervo, Armin van Buuren sont quelques-uns des artistes qui sont passés par derrière les platines du club. Avons-nous besoin d'ajouter quelque chose de plus? En ce qui concerne le code vestimentaire d'Opium, étant un club de haut de gamme, vous devez prendre soin de vos vêtements au détail près. Une atmosphère élégante et exclusive typique des meilleures fêtes de Barcelone. Une bonne chemise, une ceinture et des chaussures ne sont jamais en trop. Si vous n'avez toujours pas l'application Xceed, assurez-vous de la télécharger afin de vous inscrire aux listes de réductions exclusives que nous offrons. Il est toujours bien d'économiser de l'argent soit grâce à la liste, en entrant tôt ou en achetant votre prévente, ce qui vous permet de ne pas avoir à faire la queue à la porte. Si votre soirée a été improvisé, ne vous en faites pas, vous pouvez acheter vos billets sur place à un prix un peu plus élevé. Quant aux horaires, soyez attentifs, car si le club ne vous a pas encore convaincu, ce que nous allons vous dire ne peux que vous convaincre. L'opium ouvre TOUS les jours de la semaine. Tous, 365 jours par an. Peu, très peu de clubs dans le monde entier peuvent dire de même. Du dimanche au jeudi, le club ouvre à minuit et ferme à 5h00 du matin. Les vendredis et samedis, l'opium s'étend jusqu'à 6h00 du matin. Le prix des billets à l'avance pour Opium est généralement de 10 € plus frais de gestion. Si vous décidez d'acheter à la billetterie le prix peut aller jusqu'à 15 ou 20 € selon l'heure. Si vous préférez une atmosphère plus intime, la réservation d'une bouteille avec une table VIP pour 4 personnes coûtera entre 300 et 350 €.

Opium Barcelona pres. Craig David

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