The song has been released to raise money for the African Caribbean Leukaemia Trust
Tinchy Stryder has shared the video for his collaborative track with children’s television personalities, the Chuckle Brothers.
Last month it was revealed that the unlikely recording partners were working together, with Paul Chuckle, tweeting about the session, writing: “In Tinchy’s studio laying down some cool stuff. Fun day” and posting a selfie.
The resulting track, ‘To Me, To You’, which you can see above, is being released to raise funds for the African Caribbean Leukaemia Trust. The Chuckle Brothers met Tinchy Stryder when they all appeared on Keith Lemon’s ITV show Celebrity Juice, reports The Guardian. The Chuckle Brothers’ manager Phil Dale commented: “Tinchy grew up with the Chuckle brothers and has been a longtime fan of theirs, so after that he invited them to his London studio.”
He continued: “It was just a bit of fun to see what could happen because they really got on with each other. Then they came back and filmed the video. You couldn’t put it together if you tried but it was just the very fact that they were having fun with Tinchy, and he was having fun with them and they got on like a house on fire. They still contact each other all the time.”
At the time of writing, the video has gained 702,047 views.