Wretch 32 tops UK singles chart with “Don’t Go” + releases Black And White LP | Music News

After two top five UK singles, Jermaine Scott better known to the world as Grime artist Wretch 32 has scored his first UK Number 1 with his third, “Don’t Go” featuring Josh Kumra, off his sophomore LP Black & White. The former underground favorite who rose to prominence as one-fourth of celebrated Grime super group The Movement (alongside Ghetts, Devlin, Scorcher and Lightning) released his first collective body of work in 2006 entitled Learn from My Mixtape and went on to release other revered mixtapes such as Teachers Training Day and Wretch32.com. Wanting to be taken seriously as an artist as suppose to just a Grime emcee, Wretch took a year out after the release of his mixtape Verses 3 And 2 Chapter (2007) to record and release his debut album Wretchrospective in 2008 which featured guest verses from Ghetts, Chipmunk, Scorcher and R&B singers Darren B and Hayden.

Today saw the digital release of his sophomore LP Black & White, which many believe could also chart high on the official UK Album Charts. The 15 track opus, which features collaboration with emcee/singer Example, Chipmunk, Etta Bond, Ed SheeranDaleyDelilah, L, Alex Mills and burgeoning R&B singer Angel can be now be purchased from all good online stores including iTunes, Amazon and Play.com.

On behalf of everyone here at Soulculture, I’d like to wish Wretch 32 a huge congratulations on the success of his current single and continued success throughout his current campaign and career. The brotha has come a long way…

Watch Wretch 32 along with soulful crooner Daley in the inaugural episode of Soulculture.TV‘s new series: The Co-Sign.

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