Tickets for Wretch 32's two UK shows are now on sale

In celebration of the release of his new album Growing Over Life via Polydor Records, Wretch 32 recently announced the details of two UK live headline dates for November 2016, and tickets are on sale now.

Speaking about his new album, Wretch said: “This is the album I’ve been waiting five years to release – and been waiting a whole lifetime to make.”

The album has been five years in the making. Since his last album, he’s collaborated with the best of British talent, including Emeli Sande on Naughty Boy’s 2013 Hotel Cabana album.

At these two live UK dates in November, expect to hear new music from the rapper’s debut album.

The UK live dates are:

Wed 09 Nov 2016 – London O2 Forum Kentish Town.

Thu 10 Nov 2016 – Manchester O2 Ritz.

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