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14 March 2013, 12:52
The 'Don't Go' rapper says he also wants Ed to help him improve his own guitar skills in exchange.
Wretch 32 says he would love to help Ed Sheeran explore his hip-hop side on the 'Lego House' singer-songwriter's new album.
The 'Unorthodox' rapper teamed up with Ed last year for his single 'Hush Little Baby', and says the UK star is a very versatile artist who could easily move more into hip-hop.
"Me and Ed have been working together for years," Wretch told the Daily Star this week. "I would help him out if he helped me out with my singing or guitar playing, we need to do a trade.
"He loves his rap for sure, you never know where he's going to go, because he appeared on Labrinth's EP rapping with me and Devlin," the 'Don't Go' rapper explained. "He loves all that, I'd love to hear him do more.
"The great thing about working together now is that people are finally paying attention as we're getting bigger," Wretch added.
Check out a picture of Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift performing together below (Credit: Getty):
UK rapper Wretch 32 is currently preparing for the release of his own brand new single 'Black Out' on 12th May.
Ed Sheeran is currently touring North America as a support act on Taylor Swift's 'Red' tour, which began last night (13th March) in Omaha, Nebraska.