Album: Full Tank (2011)
Charted: 5
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  • English rapper Tinchy Stryder's first single from his fourth album finds him reuniting with Dappy, of N-Dubz. The pair previously teamed up, together with Dappy's bandmates Tulisa and Fazer, on his chart-topping single, "Number 1."
  • The song finds the duo talking about how the success they've earned has enabled them to splash out on their ladies and family. "My momma thought I wouldn't make it," Dappy sings, "but now she's living in a spaceship."
  • Stryder and Dappy both also feature in the Luke Monaghan and James Barber directed video. The clip won the best video prize at the 2011 MOBO Awards.
  • This was performed by Tinchy and Dappy as part of the pre-match entertainment at the 2011 Champions League Final between Manchester United and Barcelona.


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