TheLeicester act, now officially a quintet, opened with Days Are Forgotten and finished by dishing up a feathery serving ofVelociraptor!.

Also performing on Later with Jools last night was rapper Jermaine Scott AKA Wretch 32. Wretch hit fame for his Example of Unorthodox ways and his equally controversial comments made during the July riots. “Wish I was there” Scott tweeted, referring to the Tottenham riots, staged in protest to the police shooting of Mark Duggan. Most would agree that Scott’s statement was Wretchedly mistimed/miscalculated. Little did he know the events that night would spark nationwide looting and infernos.

Here Wretch releases a different kind of verbal volley in the form of Don’t Go, the number single featuring  Josh Kumra. It’s not bad either; a bit wet, a bit camp but not a bit bad. Pajama Club also caught the eye with their groovy effort Tell Me What You Want.

Watch Jools, series 39 episode 2 here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b015fjym/Later_Live…_with_Jools_Holland_Series_39_Episode_2/

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Comments
  1. Anonymous says:

    Unorthdox opinion regarding Wretch 32’s collaboration with Example to be his rise to fame. What about his earlier offering, Traktor?

  2. thereviewer says:

    Quit making an Example of me mofo! Traktor must have rolled me by, I concede to not being a humongous fan of Wretched music… Neither was I implying that 32 et al had not ‘hit fame’ before.

    To quote Wretch: I miss you and I haven’t got a job yet, I [write] this mother-fucking [blog] like a train 😛

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