25 year-old Jermaine Scott aka Ministry of Sound/Levels Recordings artist Wretch 32 has had an incredible start to the year; after being earmarked by the BBC as one to watch in their Sound of 2011 list and being hotly tipped by NME, MTV and HMV, he went on to achieve a Top 5 smash with his debut commercial single release, 'Traktor'.
Following on from this resounding success, Wretch is gearing up to release 'Unorthodox', the second track from his forthcoming album, while also preparing to embark on Example's forthcoming UK tour on 22nd February as the main support act.
Featuring Example and sampling the Stone Roses classic 'Fool's Gold', the infectious 'Unorthodox' is the perfect follow-up to 'Traktor'. An up-tempo track featuring witty wordplay, innovative beats and a killer hook for a chorus, 'Unorthodox' will sit as comfortably on mainstream radio airwaves as it will on the grimiest of dance floors.
Stay tuned for 'Unorthodox', coming on 17th April 2011 on Ministry of Sound/Levels Recordings.