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Tinchy Stryder's Biography

 
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Tinchy Stryder, also known as Kwasi Danquah III, was born on 14 September 1986 in Ghana.

He moved to England when he was 8 years old and grew up in Bow, East London.

He studied at St Bonaventure’s Catholic Comprehensive School and the University of East London,

As a youngster he played football for Wimbledon's youth team, but went on to support Manchester United.

Tinchy Stryder became a succesful musician and had No 1 hits with N-Dubz with Number 1 and with Amelle Berrabah with Never Leave You.

Other collaborations include with Dionne Bromfield for the London Olympics Torch Relay song and with Pixie Lott on Bright Lights.

Tinchy Stryder also has a clothes line Star in the Hood, a record label, together with Jay-X, called Takeover Roc Nation, and his own line of headphones.

He is a supporter of Vinspired.

He also performed a track with the Chuckle Brothers called To Me, To You, in aid of African Caribbean Leukaemia Trust.

In 2014, Tinchy Stryder was one of the celebrities on I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here. He was the sixth celebrity to be voted off.



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