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On his major-label debut, post-grime MC Wretch 32 tempers his streetwise bravado with self-reflective sensitivity. Playing off a DJ Premier-influenced slab of boom bap on “Please Don’t Let Me Go,” he raps about the trials of fatherhood, revisiting the same theme on the Ed Sheeran-assisted pop anthem “Hush Little Baby”. Yet for all the time he’s spent near a crib, he still knows his way around the club: “Unorthodox” samples The Stone Roses for its eclectic Madchester pulse, and “Traktor” is bursting with gnarled dancehall bluster.


Born: Tottenham, London, England

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '10s

British rapper Jermaine Scott (aka Wretch 32) rose out of London’s Tiverton Estate projects in Tottenham, along with his peers Devlin, Chipmunk, Kano, Stormzy, and Skepta. In the latter half of the 2000s, he joined grime collectives Combination Chain Gang and the Movement, and put out solo efforts as mixtapes. With 2007’s Teacher’s Training Day and 2008’s Wretchrospective, Wretch 32 started showing mainstream potential, cleverly pairing hip-hop and grime in his songs. Ministry of Sound signed him...
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Black and White (Deluxe Version), Wretch 32
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  • €7.99
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music, Rock, Electronic
  • Released: 21 August 2011
  • Parental Advisory

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