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4 December 2011, 20:46 | Updated: 5 December 2011, 10:20
The rapper was joined on stage by the 'Lego House' singer during his impressive set at London's O2 Arena.
Wretch 32 exploded onto the O2 Arena stage tonight (4th December) at Capital FM's Jingle Bell Ball.
The London artist was joined by a series of special guests during his set, most notably Ed Sheeran for a rendition of 'Hush Little Baby'.
A pyrotechnic explosion followed a mass chant of the singer's name before he swaggered onto the stage for a commanding performance of recent hit 'Unorthodox'.
More fireworks were to follow as the rapper introduced Josh Kumra, and the two executed a stunning performance of number one single 'Don't Go' before a shower of sparklers emerged from the floor.
Wretch was in a joyful mood throughout and admitted to the crowd that "it's been an incredible year for me."
New single 'Forgiveness' followed an honest declaration from the star, who said: "During hard times I pray to a higher power," admitting that his single was based on those themes.
The rapper, who earlier admitted he was "feeling good" about his upcoming set, finished with a powerful version of 'Traktor' in what was a brilliant debut at the Jingle Bell Ball.
Wretch 32's Jingle Bell Ball set list:
'Hush Little Baby'
Capital FM will be coming live from the Jingle Bell Ball at London's O2 Arena all weekend. Keep checking Capitalfm.com for all the latest news, photo galleries and interviews from this year's festive spectacular.