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And rapper Wretch 32 made a grand start by spending, well, [euro]1,000 on a piece of art from the Works on Paper exhibition in the Science Museum on Thursday.
Donning Snoop Dogg furs, a diamantestudded gold mouth grill, bling chains, a leopard print-trimmed trilby and brandishing a rapper cane, Grimmers mimes, bumps and grinds with his freshest showbiz homies, including the 1D lads, Tinie Tempah, Wretch 32, Conor Maynard and, um, Doctor Who posho Matt Smith.
Josh Kumra - Waiting For You The latest single from Josh Kumra, who hit the top spot in 2011 with Wretch 32 on Don't Go, starts with gospel-style chanting and sighing, before we get a taste of Kumra's textured, husky vocals.
Tyriek has been listening to the British rapper Angel quite a bit and worked with rapper Wretch 32 who lives down the road from him.
HOTLY-TIPPED urban star WRETCH 32 is back on Teesside next week.
The Wolverhamptonborn 39-year-old, pictured, was revealed along with artists including Rita Ora, Newton Faulkner, Wretch 32, Gossip, Childish Gambino, Sub Focus, The Feeling, Stooshe, Cover Drive, The Rifles and Angel.
Chart smasher Wretch 32 hosts the Urban arena, supported by a DJ roster including Grammy award winning DJ Smash, Robbie Blanco and Carl Coco.
Byline: JULES BOYLE WRETCH 32 The Garage, Glasgow, October 16 There's a real buzz in the air from the moment Wretch 32 takes to the stage midway through the intense opener of Black And White.