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27 July 2012, 11:13
The 'Forgiveness' rapper explains what it means to him for London to host the Olympic Games.
Wretch 32 says London has been "waiting a lifetime" to host the Olympic Games and promises today's London 2012 Olympic Games opening ceremony will be "a big one".
The 'Don't Go' rapper opened yesterday's (26th July) Olympic Torch Relay Finale presented by Coca-Cola concert in London's Hyde Park, treating the audience to an explosive set filled with his biggest hits to date.
Wretch says now the Olympic Games is finally here the country needs to enjoy it because it is unlikely to happen again for some time.
"This is it man," Wretch exclusively told Capital FM. "This is what we've been waiting for.
"We've been waiting a lifetime for this and it's here now, and it won't be here for another lifetime," he explained. "So tomorrow's a big one man."
Yesterday's Olympic Torch Relay Finale presented by Coca-Cola concert also boasts huge sets from the likes of Coca-Cola Ambassadors The Wanted and Dizzee Rascal.
View a picture of Wretch 32 performing live on stage yesterday below (Credit: PA):
Wretch also spoke about getting to hold the London 2012 Olympic Torch and joked that he now wants it to be buried next to his headstone when he dies.
Wretch 32 is currently working on his highly anticipated second studio album and revealed back in April that the record is eighty percent completed.
Listen to Wretch 32 talking to Capital FM showbiz reporter Kevin Hughes about what the Olympic Games mean to him below: