|"Tiny Dancer (Hold Me Closer)"|
|Single by Ironik featuring Chipmunk and Elton John|
|from the album No Point in Wasting Tears|
|Released||27 April 2009|
|Genre||R&B, hip hop|
|Songwriter(s)||Elton John, Bernie Taupin, Ironik|
|Ironik singles chronology|
|Chipmunk singles chronology|
|Elton John singles chronology|
"Tiny Dancer (Hold Me Closer)" is a song by British rapper Ironik featuring fellow British rapper Chipmunk,from his debut album No Point in Wasting Tears ,released on 11 May 2009. The song heavily samples Elton John's 1972 single "Tiny Dancer".
The video features both Ironik and Chipmunk while Elton John is played on TV screens in the background. The video is completely black and white. It begins with Ironik and Chipmunk walking down a hotel corridor in suits on the way to their room. They knock on their room and are let in by a woman dressed in bondage and stockings. The video unfolds with Ironik and Chipmunk dancing with the females and flirting.
|UK R&B (Official Charts Company)||2|
|UK Singles (OCC)||3|
|UK Singles (OCC)||76|
|UK Singles (OCC)||93|
|United Kingdom (BPI)||Silver||345,000|
|27 April 2009||United Kingdom||CD single,digital download||Warner/Asylum|
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