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Album Review

On the sequel to his gold-selling album Catch 22, Tinchy Stryder uses the same formula of electro beats, pop-rap rhymes, and smooth divas for the hook, and the results are no different. Uneven as anything in his early catalog, Third Strike lives and dies by its singles, which are as slick and infectious as U.K. pop-rap should be, especially when superstar hitmaker Taio Cruz shows up for “Second Chance.” “Gangsta?” comes with a believable strut if you don’t take Tinchy’s thug claims too seriously, while “Game Over” is an ace combination of futurism and the dubstep genre gone pop. Taken as a whole, the album throws so much polish at the listener that the sheen is blinding, but when it comes to short bursts of well-dressed swagger, Third Strike provides Flo Rida-sized results.

Customer Reviews

Great Album!

I Wasn't Really Feeling Catch 22 Tbh But This Album Is TOOOOO Much BIG Up Tinchy!

Gotta Give It 5/5 Stars!


MUST BUY. game over was tooooo PENG;)

Game over

Epic except for mr munk who sadly gets a G+


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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