"Take Me Back" is a song by British rapper Tinchy Stryder featuring vocals from Taio Cruz, produced by Fraser T Smith. The song features on Stryder's album Catch 22 and was released as the album's second single on 19 January 2009. The music video features both Tinchy Stryder and Taio Cruz in various black and white backgrounds as well as in front of cars, large dogs and women dancing in swim costumes.
Five alternative versions of the song exist. The first, main version of the single, which is the version promoted as a single, credits Stryder as the main artist and vocalist, with the hook and chorus by Cruz. This version features on the single, Stryder's second studio album, Catch 22 and the British version of Cruz' second studio album, Rokstarr. The second version of the song features additional rap verses from rappers Sway and Chipmunk. This version features as a B-side to the single and on the deluxe edition of Catch 22. The third version of the song credits Cruz as the main artist and vocalist, with several all-new verses, and features only a short rap by Stryder at the start of the track. This version can be found on Cruz' compilation album, The Rokstarr Collection. The fourth version of the song features Cruz entirely on his own, with no vocals from Stryder at all. His version can be found on the American, European and Brazilian editions of Rokstarr. The fifth version of the song also completely removes Stryder, features Cruz as the main artist and vocalist, and also features guest vocals from Jamacian singer Tami Chynn. This version can be found on the Jamacian edition of Rokstarr.