Kwasi Esono Danquah III, known by the stage name Tinchy Stryder, is a Ghanaian-British rapper, singer, songwriter, entrepreneur and investor. Stryder has released three solo studio albums, Star in the Hood, Catch 22, and Third Strike. Stryder's business ventures include the clothing line Star in the Hood, the Cloud 9 X Goji headphone and audio equipment range in collaboration with Goji Electronics.
|Born:||Kwasi Esono Danquah III, September 14, 1986, Accra, Ghana|
|Other names:||Tinchy Stryder, The Star in the Hood|
|Alma mater:||University of East London|
|Occupation:||Rapper, singer, songwriter, entrepreneur, investor|
|Home town:||Bow, London, England|
|Title:||Chairman and CEO of S.I.T.H, (2009–present), President and CEO of Takeover/Cloud 9, (2009–present), Chairman of Takeover Entertainment, (2010–present), CEO and SEVP of Takeover Roc Nation, (2010–present), CEO and Creative director of Goji Electronics, (2012–present)|
|Twitter:||Tinchy Stryder's Twitter profile|
|Facebook:||Tinchy Stryder's Facebook profile|
|IMDb:||Tinchy Stryder's IMDb|
About Tinchy Stryder
British rapper and businessman who co-founded the independent record label Takeover Roc Nation.
He released four solo albums between 2006 and 2012, with singles landing inside the top five on the European charts.
He released his own clothing line under the brand Star in the Hood and a Tinchy Stryder brand of headphones made by Goji.
He was born Kwasi Danquah III, in Ghana, but his family moved to Great Britain when he was nine.
He and Jay-Z were co-founders and co-CEOs of Takeover Roc Nation.
Information related to Tinchy Stryder
- Tinchy Stryder videography - This is the videography of Tinchy Stryder, and it consists of twenty-five music videos as a lead artist, fifteen music videos as a featured artist, and three music video cameo appearances, one film and one television appearances.
- Tinchy Stryder discography - The discography of Tinchy Stryder, a recording artist whose real name is Kwasi Danquah, consists of four studio albums, one compilation album, one collaboration album, five extended plays, four mixtapes, 17 singles, five singles as a featured artist, and ten collaborations.
- Takeover Entertainment artists
- People educated at St Bonaventure's Catholic School
- English investors
- British music video directors
- English animators
- British music industry executives
- Alumni of the University of East London
- A&R people
- Electroacoustic music composers
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