Kwasi Danquah (born 14 September 1986), better known by his stage name Tinchy Stryder, is a British rapper.

He rose to popularity with the song "Take Me Back" which peaked at Number 3 on the UK Singles Chart in January 2009. He then released the aptly named song "Number 1", (a collaboration with N-Dubz) which entered the UK chart at Number 1 on 26 April 2009. Stryder lately released "Never Leave You" with Amelle Berrabah from girl-group Sugababes which became Stryder's second number 1.