Wretch 32 expands UK tour

UK hip-hop's golden boy hits the road next month

Wretch 32 expands UK tour

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Wretch 32 has upgraded his forthcoming UK tour.

The UK rapper, who recently scored a Number One single with his track 'Don't Go' hits the road next month. But due to the continuing success of the Tottenham star's debut album 'Black And White', a number of the venues have been upgraded.

The tour will now begin at 02 ABC Glasgow 2 on October 16, finishing up at Brighton Concorde 2 towards the end of the month.

Meanwhile, he releases 'Forgiveness', the fourth single from 'Black And White' on October 27. Featuring vocals by upcoming singer Etta Bond, the track was produced by Labrinth.

Wretch 32 plays:

Glasgow 02 ABC 2 (October 16)
Newcastle 02 Academy 2 (17)
Manchester Academy 2 (19)
Liverpool 02 Academy 1 (20)
Sheffield Plug (21)
Leicester 02 Academy 2 (22)
Birmingham HMV Institute (23)
Oxford 02 Academy 2 (24)
Bristol 02 Academy 2 (26)
London Koko (28)
Brighton Concorde 2 (29)


To check the availability of Wretch 32 tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

You can watch a video interview with Wretch below.

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