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15 July 2013, 15:02
The 'Blackout' rapper says he always wants to put new songs out for free but his label doesn't like it.
Wretch 32 has promised fans they will hear new music from him "soon" while admitting he would love to put a load of new songs out there for free.
The 'Don't Go' rapper returns next month with new single 'Doing OK', which features US singer Jacob Banks, and says he is so excited about fans hearing his new material that he almost can't wait.
"You'll hear the new album soon," Wretch 32 promised, in a new interview with the Daily Star. "If you don't then I'll throw it out there for free!
"I think everyone's going to enjoy the worlds and the message," he revealed. "I get in trouble from the record company all the time but I understand it's a business.
"I can't have a 15-track album, give away 10 tracks, then expect to sell it!" the rapper joked. "At the same time I'm like, 'There's so many songs, they just need to hear this one!"
Check out a picture of Wretch on stage with Rita Ora earlier this year below (Credit: Getty):
The rapper returned this year with his Vodafone Big Top 40 hit 'Blackout', as the lead single from his upcoming second studio album.
Wretch 32 releases new single 'Doing OK' on 18th August and kicks off a new UK tour on 23rd October.