Wretch 32's third single, 'Don't Go', featuring British singer/ songwriter Josh Kumra, will be available on 7th August (2011), through Levels Recordings/Ministry of Sound. The track is taken from his second album 'Black and White', due for release on August 14th 2011 and it follows on from his successful singles 'Traktor' and 'Unorthodox' which featured Example.
The video alternates between shots of Wretch 32, Josh Kumra and various people standing in front of a wall. Instead of a 'clichéd' video shot in a nightclub, this video complements the song's lyrics and meaning perfectly.
Wretch 32, born Jermaine Scott in London, has already made a name of himself in the industry, with support from musicians and celebrities such as Jessie J, Adele, Nicki Minaj, Rio Ferdinand, 50 Cent and many others. His debut album 'Wretchrospective' was released in 2008 but didn't chart. As of 2010 Wretch has released five mixtapes, his most recent one seeing him collaborate with fellow UK rapper Chipmunk. He has also featured on singles with upcoming artists including Ed Sheeran and Maverick Sabre.
As well as his upcoming festival appearances, Wretch 32 has also performed at this year's (2011) Glastonbury and Wireless festivals.
31st Camp Bestival
20th V Festival Chelmsford
21st V Festival Stafford
25th Twice As Nice in Ibiza
3rd Jersey Festival
4th Bingley Music Live Festival
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