Wretch 32's latest single, Forgiveness, is the fourth single to be taken from his debut album, Black and White, following on from the phenomenally successful summer hit, Don't Go featuring Josh Kumra.
Once again Wretch employs the help of another stong vocalist, 'Forgiveness' features a guest vocal from Etta Bond, and the single will be released through the label Ministry of Sound on December 11th, 2011.
Wretch 32 has revealed that Forgiveness is his favourite song on the album. With lyrics such as: 'Excuse me, my friend, I think I might have hit my head. Excuse me, my friend, I can't remember who I am, cos I'm holding on, trying to be somebody, but it won't be long until I need somebody...' Wretch 32, real name
Jermaine Scott, has explained that he is asking for forgiveness from his family as he pursues his dream.
2011 has been a successful year for the rapper. Black and White, his debut album, went to number four in the UK charts, with the third single Don't Go, reaching number one. In addition to performing at the 2011 MOBO Awards, he has also been nominated in four categories: 'Best Song', 'Best UK Act', 'Best Hip Hop' and 'Best Newcomer'.
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