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Tinchy Stryder And The Chuckle Brothers' Christmas Single

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The waiting is finally over. Last night, SBTV released what will surely prove to be the most important artistic statement in a generation. 

Tinchy Stryder, grime artist extraordinaire, has teamed up with Paul and Barry Elliott, aka children's entertainers of yesteryear The Chucklebrothers, for a Christmas single titled To Me, To You.

The collaboration has been in the pipeline for some time since the trio met on Keith Lemon's Celebrity Juice, with teasers being put out by SBTV. Tinchy has also been trailing the track via his Instagram (see below).

 

A video posted by Tinchy Stryder (@tinchystryder) on

See what you reckon by watching the finished video below.

Tinchy Stryder is set to release his first new album in four years early in 2015.

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