Armed with two drummers and dressed in an all black adidas tracksuit, Wretch 32's timing couldn't have been any better - as the sun shone for the first time, reports Mel Lewis.
“I’m a UK rapper – is it ok if I rap for you a bit,” he asked, before performing a ‘freestyle’ Jay-Z ‘99 Problems‘ and AC-DC medley.
A short set, but the rapper managed to squeeze in ‘unorthodox’, new single with Josh Kumra ‘Don’t Go‘ and a cover of The Scripts ‘For The First Time‘
Ending on ‘Traktor‘, Wretch 32 made a swift exit, but left the Guilfest crowd much happier, and dryer.
The Noisettes, N Dubz and Razorlight are still to play Guilfest 2011 today.