Wretch 32: “I’D Love To Do Something With Jessie J And Damian Marley…”
Wretch 32 took some time out to speak to Joseph 'JP' Patterson for GRAMMY.com to discuss his phenomenal rise to major success over the past year. He also revealed that he would like to collaborate with one of the UK’s biggest R&B acts, as well as the son of a well-known reggae artist…
The rapper said: "Right now, I'd love to do something with Jessie J and Damian Marley. I think that me and Damian would come up with a good vibe and a feel-good song that would mean something. Jessie J has the swag and I think we could come up with something great."
The Tottenham spitter spoke about his recent achievements, expressing his surprise at his acceptance to the mainstream crowd: "It's been absolutely mad because there are so many different levels of things that I've done over the past couple of years that I didn't expect. But one of the main highlights has to be when I was at Wembley singing 'Unorthodox' with Example. That was a great feeling."
Wretch also announced that he will be touring with his friend, Example, in April – as well as headlining his own tour in the summer. He discussed his future plans: "Over the next six months, we're gonna push one or two more singles off 'Black and White'. I'm also currently recording a new album, which I'm really excited about."
Along with the interview, Wretch did an exclusive performance of his album track, 'Please Don't Let Me Go', which you can check out: H E R E
Words: Maz Khan (@MazHalima)