|Tinchy Stryder vs. Maniac|
|Studio album by|
|Released||24 November 2008|
|Recorded||2007 – 2008|
|Producer|| Brandon Jolie |
(Record executive & Co-Composer)
Kwasi Danquah III
(Co-Composer & Lyricist)
|Tinchy Stryder chronology|
|Singles from Tinchy Stryder vs. Maniac|
Tinchy Stryder vs. Maniac is a collaborative studio album by recording artist Tinchy Stryder and grime record producer Maniac. The album produced one single, "Rollin Remix", and is most noted for bringing Maniac's productions to a wider audience.
|2.||"Wait Till the Moon Comes Out"||2:47|
|4.||"Rollin'" (featuring Delusion)||3:19|
|5.||"No Cape" (featuring Fuda Guy)||3:17|
|6.||"Pray for Me"||3:27|
|8.||"Snake Bite" (Instrumental)||4:13|
|9.||"Grime Kid" (Instrumental)||3:16|
|10.||"Star in the Making (Remix)" (Instrumental)||3:48|
|11.||"What Da Rass" (Instrumental)||3:15|
|13.||"E3 Shank Shank" (featuring God's Gift)||3:03|
|14.||"Rollin' Remix" (featuring Roachee)||3:27|
Credits for Eskibeat Recordings Presents: Tinchy Stryder vs. Maniac.
Kwasi Danquah, known by the stage name Tinchy Stryder, is a Ghanaian-British rapper, singer, songwriter, entrepreneur and investor.
The discography of Tinchy Stryder, a recording artist whose real name is Kwasi Danquah, consists of four studio albums, one compilation album, one collaboration album, five extended plays, four mixtapes, 17 singles, five singles as a featured artist, and ten collaborations. Danquah has sold over 22.2 million digital singles worldwide. Danquah performed under the stage name Stryder from 1997 to 2006, and has performed under the stage name Tinchy Stryder since 2006.
Catch 22 is the second full-length solo studio album by recording artist Tinchy Stryder. After three successful singles leading up to the album. The album was then released on 17 August 2009. The album is produced and co-written by award-winning producer and songwriter Fraser T Smith, whose previous credits include James Morrison, Craig David and Kano.
"You're Not Alone" is a song composed by recording artist Tinchy Stryder. The song was released as the fifth and final single from Stryder's second studio album, Catch 22 on 2 November 2009. On the week of the album's release, the track charted at No. 50 in the UK, based mostly on hype around the track which had received its first play on the BBC Radio 1 chart show the previous week. Tinchy Stryder performed the song at the MOBO Awards 2009 on 30 September, it then entered the top 40 on the UK Singles Chart on 10 October 2009 at number 32, next week on 17 October it climbed to number 14 in the UK, it dropped to number 15 in its 3rd week in the UK top 40. The song interpolates "You're Not Alone", a hit in 1997 for the band Olive. Olive claimed in an interview they would hope Tinchy Stryder would return the favour and collaborate with them on a song for their upcoming album. The song samples Leona Lewis' Run which in turn is a cover of the original performed by Snow Patrol.
"Game Over" is a song by Tinchy Stryder, released as a promotional single from his third studio album Third Strike. The song features vocals from Example, Giggs, Devlin, Chipmunk, Professor Green and Tinie Tempah, who each have their own verse. It was released on 15 November 2010 via digital download. An official remix featuring Ghetts, Slix, Griminal, Dot Rotten, Fuda Guy, Wretch 32, Roachee, Maxsta & Tinchy Stryder, can be found with a video on YouTube.
"In My System" is a single by recording artist Tinchy Stryder. It was the first single from his third studio album Third Strike. It was released on 8 August 2010 as a digital download and on 9 August 2010 as a CD single. The single features uncredited vocals from co-writer Ayak Thiik.
Third Strike is the third solo studio album by recording artist Tinchy Stryder, and his second studio album with Universal Island Records. It was released on 15 November 2010. Prior to the release of Third Strike, Stryder featured on the grime collective Roll Deep's first compilation album, Street Anthems, which was released on 19 October 2009. Third Strike was preceded by a free downloadable extended play (EP), III EP.
"Second Chance" is a single by recording artist Tinchy Stryder. It is the second single from his third studio album Third Strike. It was released on 31 October 2010 as a digital download and on 1 November 2010 as a physical single. The song also features vocals from singer Taio Cruz. A music video was made for the single and was premiered on Tinchy Stryder's YouTube channel on 24 September 2010.
Maniac is a British grime producer. Maniac has produced for various artists such as Wiley, Tinchy Stryder, and Chip.
Ruff Sqwad are an English grime crew. The group was formed in 2001 in Bow, East London. Various members and affiliates of the crew are considered key figures in the early development of grime music.
"Gangsta?" is a song by recording artist Tinchy Stryder. It was released as a promotional single on 28 May 2010. It was produced by TMS and co-written by Stryder and TMS, and included on Stryder's third studio album, Third Strike. It charted at number sixty-seven on the UK Singles Chart, becoming Stryder's second song to chart outside the UK top 40, since the single Stryderman from his second solo studio album, Catch 22 charting at seventy-three.
New Age Grime is an album by Maniac, released after his split vocal and instrumental collaboration with Tinchy Stryder Tinchy Stryder vs. Maniac, it represented Maniac's first and only solo instrumental LP. The album was well received in the Grime scene and has been recognised as one of the best examples of Grime as an instrumental genre.
"Mainstream Money" is the third and final single from grime vocalist Tinchy Stryder's debut album, Star in the Hood. The single was released in November 2007. The song was written and produced by renowned grime music producer Maniac, who has claimed that the instrumental for the track is the one he is most proud of. The song was also notable for being heard on the BBC soap "EastEnders" several times in late 2007. The track "Sorry, You Are?" was also released as part of the single. It features vocals from fellow rapper Chipmunk, and later featured as a hidden track on Star in the Hood, and also appeared on Cloud 9: The EP.
"Famous" is a song by Tinchy Stryder, released as a promotional single from his third solo studio album, Third Strike. The song was also included on Stryder's fourth extended play, III EP. The song was written and produced by Australian producer Israel Cruz.
This is the videography of Tinchy Stryder, and it consists of twenty-five music videos as a lead artist, fifteen music videos as a featured artist, and three music video cameo appearances, one film and one television appearances. In total he has been in a total of forty-three music videos, one movie and television program to date.
"Off the Record" is a song by British rapper Tinchy Stryder. The song features Scottish music producers Calvin Harris and Matt Burns. It was meant to be the second single from his fourth studio album, entitled Full Tank, but Full Tank was scrapped, so it became a non-album single. It was released on 4 November 2011 as a digital download. The song was co-written by Stryder and the production trio TMS, and was co-produced by Calvin Harris and BURNS, in August 2011. The single had its debut in BBC Radio 1Xtra's on 15 September 2011. The song peaked at number 24 on the UK Singles Chart. It is most notable for its appearance on the compilation album Now 80.
"Bright Lights" is a single by recording artist Tinchy Stryder. The song is a collaboration with British singer-songwriter Pixie Lott. It was meant to be the third official single taken from his fourth studio album Full Tank, but Full Tank was scrapped, making it a non-album single. It was released on 2 March 2012 as a digital download. The single was co-written by Pixie Lott and Jarrad Rogers, and was produced by Jarrad Rogers.
David Dawood, known professionally as DaWood, is an English DJ/producer Songwriter. Also Known as Sonic Matta a House Producer/Dj. DaWood is best known for producing and co-writing the song "Good Times" by Roll Deep, which went to Number 1 in the UK Singles Chart and held this position for 3 weeks making it the longest reigning Number 1 of 2010.
"Help Me" is a song by recording artist Tinchy Stryder, and was released on 30 September 2012, as the fourth single from his cancelled fourth studio album Full Tank. Full Tank was scrapped so Help Me became a non-album single. The song, produced by Art Bastian, was written by Tinchy Stryder, Camille Purcell and Ollie Jacobs, and features uncredited vocals by Camille Purcell.
Ayak Thiik is a South Sudanese singer-songwriter and vocal producer. She is primarily known for writing hit songs and appearing on vocals for artists like Cee Lo Green, James Morrison, Chip, Tinchy Stryder, and Dappy, among others.