Wretch 32: I'd like to work with James Bay
Wretch 32 has revealed he would like to collaborate with 'Hold Back The River' hitmaker James Bay because he like "the feel" of his songs
Wretch 32 wants to work with James Bay.
The 30-year-old grime artist has revealed his desire to work with the hat-wearing singer/songwriter despite his music being very different to his own.
He exclusively told BANG Showbiz: "I'd like to work with James Bay. I just really like his music man. I really like the feel of it."
The 'Don't Go' singer - who will release his new single 'Alright With Me' featuring Anne-Marie and Prgrshn on December 6 - has previously worked with his global superstar pal Ed Sheeran on 2012 song 'Hush Little Baby', and he would always be up for collaborating with him again.
He said: "Yeah it would be good to. He's just like me man, just a mad music man and he has good vibes. I'm always open to work with artists like that."
But Wretch 32 - whose real name is Jermaine Scott - is a fan of plenty of other artists and lists Kanye West as "one of the greats" because he refuses to conform with the music industry.
He added: "Kanye is definitely one of the greats coming out of the rap scene. I like what he represents as well.
"I think he just had enough of artists not being able to do what they feel because they think it might get bad news or bad coverage and I just think he's kind of done with it."