The Chuckle Brothers collaborate with UK hip-hop star Tinchy Stryder

Tinchy Stryder, the Ghanaian born British rapper, has invited Paul and Barry, the Chuckle brothers – into his studio to create some sweet beats. The chart topper uploaded video footage with the duo. Paul and Berry are well known for their kids’ television show in the 90s. Their catch phrase ‘to me, to you.’ Along with that, he wrote: “#ChuckleBrothers Chuckle skanking! Lol naughty lil beat right there init.”
Very recently, the veteran comedy artists came under criticism as they placed together for an insensitive selfie clicked outside the court arranging Dave Lee Travis trial. Very eager to put that behind them and get back to offering all the LOLs, Baz and Paul are looking to freshen up their image.
Demonstrating that he is down with the children, Paul took to Twitter: “In Tinchy’s studio laying down some cool stuff. Fun day.”
Meanwhile, a student of the Canterbury Christ Church University has blended with stars including singer Pixie Lott and hip hop artist Tinchy Stryder. Tamanna Miah, who is studying communications, media, governance and politics, signed up as a Fixer last year to take a stand against racist bullying.
Fixers was voted as the favorite charity of the country by public in the National Lottery Awards this year and Tamanna, with staff as well as other young people, received the honor on the charity’s behalf at a  star studded awards ceremony, to be telecast this Friday on BBC One.

Tinchy Stryder, the Ghanaian born British rapper, has invited Paul and Barry, the Chuckle brothers – into his studio to create some sweet beats. The chart topper uploaded video footage with the duo. Paul and Berry are well known for their kids’ television show in the 90s. Their catch phrase ‘to me, to you.’ Along with that, he wrote: “#ChuckleBrothers Chuckle skanking! Lol naughty lil beat right there init.”

Very recently, the veteran comedy artists came under criticism as they placed together for an insensitive selfie clicked outside the court arranging Dave Lee Travis trial. Very eager to put that behind them and get back to offering all the LOLs, Baz and Paul are looking to freshen up their image.

Demonstrating that he is down with the children, Paul took to Twitter: “In Tinchy’s studio laying down some cool stuff. Fun day.”

Meanwhile, a student of the Canterbury Christ Church University has blended with stars including singer Pixie Lott and hip hop artist Tinchy Stryder. Tamanna Miah, who is studying communications, media, governance and politics, signed up as a Fixer last year to take a stand against racist bullying.

Fixers was voted as the favorite charity of the country by public in the National Lottery Awards this year and Tamanna, with staff as well as other young people, received the honor on the charity’s behalf at a  star studded awards ceremony, to be telecast this Friday on BBC One.