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Tinchy Stryder back to work
Tinchy Stryder has started work on his next album.
The 'Take Me Back' rapper reckons he's raising the stakes with his third album - the follow up to his British number two album 'Catch 22', one of the biggest hits of last year.
He wrote on his blog: "Can't wait for u all to hear it, it's a step up, who would have thought lol. (sic)"
He also hinted that his next record will feature more collaborations - after the success of his tracks 'Number 1' featuring N-Dubz and 'Never Leave You' featuring Amelle Berrabah of Sugabbabes which both made number one in the UK singles chart.
He added: "Who do you wanna hear featured on my next album?? I've already got a title that I'm keepin secret but I still wanna know - What do you lot think da title should be?? Hit me uppppp!!! (sic)"
Meanwhile, N-Dubz are also working on new material and announced plans to put together a new mixtape.
Rapper Dappy tweeted: "I've decided I'm putting a mixtape kinda fing together just 'cos I got sooo much music to share sooo watch dis space peeps (sic)."
The group are also due to fly out to the US next week for a showcase at the prestigious label Def Jam records. The group had been due to fly to New York for it this weekend, but the plane was cancelled due to snow storms, and they will now fly next week instead.Posted on 15 Feb 2010 16:00 to category : Music News
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