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28 November 2011, 12:05 | Updated: 28 November 2011, 12:46
The 'Don't Go' rapper reveals his dream collaborations as he hopes rap will come back big in 2012.
Wretch 32 has his sights set on teaming up with Coldplay and Jessie J.
The 'Unorthodox' singer is currently working on his new album and hopes he can tempt Chris Martin and his band into a collaboration.
"I'd love to get the lads in and do something and kind of mash two genres together and see what we come up with," he told Capital FM.
Wretch will be performing at Capital FM's Jingle Bell Ball on the same night as headliner Jessie J on Sunday 4th December and believes working with the 'Who You Are' singer would be "cool".
The rapper previously promised fans "mayhem" on the night of his performance and hopes 2012 will see an emergence of new rap artists.
"I just think the more the merrier. All that happens is they make one song that kind of smashes them through and then it's chaos from there," he added.
Meanwhile, Wretch 32 releases his new single 'Forgiveness' featuring Etta Bond on 11th December.