What's the rapper's real name? What was his first single? Which UK star is he hoping to collaborate with? Find out here.
Released in January 2011, Wretch's first single was 'Traktor', which he performed at the 2011 Summertime Ball.
Wretch 32, pictured at the arrival of the Black Ball in aid of Keep A Child Alive at the Roundhouse in Camden, London, grew up the son of a local reggae DJ and was initially a Grime MC with a collective called Combination Chain Gang, before forming The Movement with a host of artists, including Devlin.
Wretch 32's real name is Jermaine Scott. He was born on the 9th March 1985 in Tottenham, London.
Wretch 32 launched his career in 2006 and gained attention from the music industry when he released a series of mixtapes, including 'Teacher's Training Day', which featured many artists from his local area of Tottenham.
Wretch 32 crossed over to the mainstream during the summer of 2009 and soon signed to the Ministry Of Sound record label.
Along with Adele and Tinie Tempah, Wretch 32 made it onto the Evening Standard list of London's 1000 Most Influential People in 2011.
Wretch 32 filmed a cameo appearance for Channel 4 soap Hollyoaks which is due to air in November 2011.
Wretch 32 is a big fan of Jessie J and says he loves the 'Who You Are' singer and hopes to work with her one day.
Wretch 32's track 'Unorthodox' featured fellow UK rapper Example.
What is the rapper's favourite film of all time? Remember the Titans starring Denzel Washington.