“Make a number one? Why don’t we make a song? I like vibes, man; I don’t like when I’m in a studio and it feels like I’m in an office.” Wretch 32 has been at the forefront of the British underground urban scene for years, dishing out his devilish blend of grime, hip-hop, reggae and dancehall to an appreciative audience. Wonderland found the rapper in an uncharacteristically reflective mood on the set of ‘Blackout’, musing on the nature of fame, image and why mixtapes are one way to give back to the fans — and get a few new ones in return.

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