Tinchy Stryder rocks the little crowd at Aston Rowant cricket club

Normally he is used to perform in front of huge crowds and on a grand stage. But on Saturday, for one night, Tinchy Stryder was spotted at a more intimate event. The British rapper headlines a fundraiser for the Aston Rowant cricket club on a farm in Crowell – and that also in front of a small crowd for the The Astonbury festival.

After that, Tinchy Stryder, called The Prince of Grime, gave thanks to the audience as well as the organizers for inviting him. He stated that the crowd was amazing. You have heard of a love hate relationship. This is a love-love relationship. The East End singer added that he would come back and that he would thoroughly relish it.

Yesterday Tinchy Stryder, who performed his new track ESG for the very 1st time at the gig, tweeted: “Shouts to every single person from Oxfordshire who came out last night.”

The event organizers also lined up DJs from Ministry of Sound in London as well as some local acts that include songwriter and singer Emma McGann. Postcombe Wicket keeper Thad Cooper, who organized the gig with Gemma Walker, told that there were around one thousand and five hundred people in the end and it was meant to be an intimate event.

Speaking about Tinchy, Cooper told that he was the nicest person he has ever met in his life and an absolute pleasure to look after. It was a family festival and he is perfect for the kind of crowd they had.