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Customer Reviews

Love It. A Big '09 Album.

Brilliant album been waiting for ages, just makes me love it more, one of the big '09 Albums My favourites:-
#1. Number 1.
#2. Take Me Back.
#3. Never Leave You.
#4. You're Not Alone.
#5. I'm Landing.
#6. Express Yourself.
#7. Shake Me.

disappointing...tinchy has sold out and im not talking records!

Although im glad an mc from the grime scene, who has been there from pretty much the beginning, has blown up this album is full of poor my opinion tinchy is not giving his best, barwise or beatwise, surely ruff sqwad didnt produce any of these tracks??? i wont be buying this...bring back the old tinchy!!!

This is not grime

Why is it that nowadays grime isnt grime and only kids, teenage girls and people who dont really know music and just accept any old waste of an artist buy into this?, why is every artist wanting exactly the same beats as next man? why does all of tinchys album sound like a rubbish calvin harris beat? he calls himself a grime artist and he was, when he was runnin it with Ruff Sqwad, now he just sounds like dizzee's recent rubbish, and even kano has taken the autotune voice route...its a shame, only grime tune on here is Rollin, and thats a bonus track! shameful, and you call yourselves grime fans... we now live in a world of talentless idiots, lady gaga and calvin harris and flo rida now run the music we hear, its terrible...


Born: East London, England

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

One of the more promising grime artists to arise from the Bow area of East London, Tinchy Stryder made his full-length album debut in 2007 and also performed as a member of the group Ruff Sqwad. Stryder initially established himself with a 2003 appearance on Wiley's Ice Rink EP, followed in 2004 by appearances on "Next Level," a song from Wiley's album Treddin' on Thin Ice, and the "MC Version" of the Streets' "Fit But You Know It," the latter of which was a U.K. hit. In 2005, he appeared on the...
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Catch 22 (Deluxe Version), Tinchy Stryder
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  • £11.99
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music
  • Released: 01 January 2009
  • Parental Advisory

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