Album: Catch 22 (2008)
Charted: 73


  • This synth-influenced Grime song was the first single from Tinchy Stryder after he signed with Island Records.
  • On Catch 22 Stryder switches between the Grime material of his teen years, such as this standard ghetto boasting track, and more commercial hook-laden tracks such as his chart-topping hits, "Number 1" and, "Never Leave You."
  • Stryder co-wrote this song with his friend Dappy from the hip-hop group, N-Dubz and Catch 22's producer Fraser T. Smith, whose résumé includes five years as Craig David's right hand man and James Morrison's hit duet with Nelly Furtado, "Broken Strings."
  • The song's video was nominated for an award at the 2008 MOBOs.


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