Friday, June 10, 2016 - 15:15

Top urban stars Wretch 32 and Jay Prince will be joining Jess Glynne for both her dates at the Eden Sessions with ASUS this summer (June 22 and July 14).

Jermaine Scott, also known as Wretch 32, has sold over a million records and had five top ten singles and a top-ten album. His third studio album Growing Over Life is due to be released this year.

Following the success of his mix tapes, Teacher’s Training Day and Wretchrospective, he was signed to Ministry Of Sound/Levels Recordings and went in at number five on the UK chart with his debut single Traktor.

Wretch had repeated success with his second single Unorthodox featuring Example and then took the number one spot again with Don’t Go, confirming his place as one of the UK’s leading lyricists across both underground and mainstream.

Jay Prince is a rapper and music producer from East London. His style of music has been described as a chilled and mellow nostalgic vibe. He brings a combination of complex poetic lyrics and flow to his music.

Jay’s first EP, BeFor Our Time, amassed over 3 million streams and received critical acclaim. His second EP, Beautiful Mercy, premiered on Red Bull Music in 2015, and has received support from XXL, Pigeons & Planes and MTV.

Jay has established himself as an exciting live performer with a series of tour dates. Following a sold out debut headline show in London, he embarked on a hugely successful 11 date sold out US tour with Soulection, starting at SXSW and ending at Coachella.
Wretch 32 and Jay Prince will be special guests to Jess Glynne on both of her Eden Sessions shows. Tickets are still available for the June 22 date.

London-born chart-topper Jess Glynne will play songs from her debut album Cry When I Laugh. Jess became the second British female solo artist to have five number-one singles in the UK, following her solo releases Hold My Hand and Don't Be So Hard on Yourself and her feature on Tinie Tempah's Not Letting Go.
This year’s Eden Sessions also includes - Lionel Richie with Corinne Bailey Rae (June 14 and 15), Tom Jones (June 26), PJ Harvey (June 27) and Manic Street Preachers with Bill Ryder-Jones and The Anchoress (July 9). Tickets are still available for the PJ Harvey and Manic Street Preachers shows.

The Eden Sessions has its own free-to-view online TV channel ( featuring regularly-updated videos of some of the gigs' finest shows.

Tickets for the Jess Glynne, Wretch 32 and Jay Prince June 22 show cost £40 plus £5 booking fee and are available at