Tottenham rap icon Wretch 32 returns to share his first single of 2019, ‘Mummy’s Boy’. The track is the first to be taken from his forthcoming fifth studio album, ‘Upon Reflection’, and sees Wretch redefining a term that’s followed him throughout his life.
This dope new piece see's Wretch reflect on his upbringing. The gifted lyricist talks on life in a Caribbean household, and how 'Mummy's Boy' is often used as an insult, but Wretch being Wretch finds power in the term and showcases the positive side of growing up being surrounded by females. Always one to speak out about his beliefs, the new single is also an opportunity for Wretch to celebrate the women in his life.
It is almost album time, and this new drop sparks the beginning of the campaign for the fifth chapter in Wretch 32’s career, which has already exceeded a decade. The new album sees him continuing to bring class and maturity to the forefront, thriving in his singular uncompromising brand of songwriting that unites a diverse range of music fans with core rap listeners, thanks to intelligent wordplay and thought-provoking lyricism.
Check out the brand new single below, and be sure to take in the Chris Chuky directed music video.