Written by Carina Ly
Previously, Wretch 32 linked up with Donae’o and Kojo Funds to give us Whistle, which dropped in early August. Now he is back with his newest collaboration with Funds and Jahlani in a bouncy follow up called Tell Me.
Whistle, received much hype and attention over the last of the summer months and this week, he returns with something rather different. In Tell Me, Wretch, Funds and Jahlani sing about their situationships from a guy’s perspective and are seeking for some sort of clarity from their partners. Wretch states that he “can be anchor for you, hold you down like an anchor would do”. Wretch samples a downtempo version of a Whitney Houston classic It’s Not Right But It’s Okay which would give the listener a whiff of sweet 90s nostalgia while also blending in some Caribbean vibes.
Following on the release of Tell Me, Wretch also released a visual, which you can watch below.
Wretch 32 fans can also expect more from the North Londoner, as he is gearing up to releaseh is FR32 LP on 13th October. You can pre-order his album and get more information in the most below.
To listen to Tell Me, click on the link below: