Stryderman

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"Stryderman"
StrydermanCoverArt.jpg
Single by Tinchy Stryder
from the album Catch 22
Released 20 July 2008
Format CD Single, Digital Download
Genre Electropop, R&B, Electronic
Length 3:35
Label Takeover Entertainment Limited
Universal Island Records
Songwriter(s) Kwasi Danquah III (Composer)
Fraser T Smith (Lyricist)
Producer(s) Fraser T Smith
Tinchy Stryder singles chronology
"Mainstream Money"
(2007)
"Stryderman"
(2008)
"Where's Your Love"
(2008)
"Mainstream Money"
(2007)
"Stryderman"
(2008)
"Where's Your Love"
(2008)
Music video
"Stryderman" on YouTube

"Stryderman" is the lead single from recording artist Tinchy Stryder's second studio album, Catch 22. The single was released on July 20, 2008. The single received placement on BBC Radio 1's C Playlist and eventually debuted at number 73 on the UK Singles Chart, becoming Stryder's first single to chart on the UK Singles Chart.

Critical reception[edit]

Gavin Martin of The Mirror gave the song the following review: "Wearing his mean, East London street cred on his sleeve, Tinchy, aka Kwasi Danquah III, is an independently-marketed star who's built a reputation selling own-brand T-shirts, appearing on Mike Skinner records, and has the support of rap power broker DJ Tim Westwood. So far, so predictable, an impression compounded by the workaday sound - dirty buzz bass to the fore, and standard ghetto superhero boasting. Easy, Stryder."[1]

Track listing[edit]

CD single[2] / Digital download[3]
No. Title Length
1. "Stryderman" (BBC Radio 1 Mix) 2:59
2. "Stryderman" (Alternative Remix) (featuring Wiley and Kano) 5:12
3. "Breathe" (Non-Album Track) 3:27
Total length: 11:38

Charts[edit]

Chart (2008) Peak
position
UK Singles (Official Charts Company)[4] 73

Release history[edit]

Date Format
July 21, 2008[3] Digital Download
August 8, 2008[2] CD Single

References[edit]

External links[edit]