The new single Unorthodox sees Wretch 32 team up with Example on a track that looks like it'll be bigger than Wretch's previous single 'Traktor'. Released on 18th April 2011 through Levels Recordings/Ministry of Sound, the track samples the Stone Roses hit anthem 'Fools Gold', the release also coincides with Example's UK tour on which he's being supported by Jermaine Scott, aka Wretch 32.
The video for the track was directed by Ben Newman and if you're a fan of the TV show 'Got To Dance' you might just recognise last years winner Akai.
See Wretch and Example at these dates:
06/03/11 - O2 Academy, Birmingham
07/03/11 - Assembly Rooms, Leamington Spa
08/03/11 - O2 Academy, Leicester
10/03/11 - University Great Hall, Cardiff
11/03/11 - Academy, Manchester
12/03/11- Academy, Manchester
14/03/11 - Corn Exchange, Cambridge
15/03/11 - Westlands, Yeovil
16/03/11 - Guildhall, Southampton
17/03/11 - Dome, Brighton
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