UK rapper linked to Ashley Cole diss track on 'A Million Lights'
David Renshaw

14:41 14th May 2012

Wretch 32 will reportedly appear on Cheryl Cole's new album 'A Million Lights', guesting on a track which takes aim at Cheryl's ex, Ashley Cole.

It is reported that Wretch was approached to appear on the song 'Screw You' after Cheryl fell in love with his 2011 album 'Black and White'. According to the Daily Star he will appear on 'Screw You', a song that sees Cheryl hitting out at former husband Ashley.

"Cheryl is a big fan of Wretch's album and was really keen to get him involved," a source told the paper. Adding: "She wanted a British rapper and was delighted when he agreed to do it."

Lyrics from 'Screw You' are said to include: "Can't believe all the s**t I did for you, was so caught up in the love I felt for you. I was never enough, I never got your love."

A Million Lights is released on June 18 and also features a collaboration between Cheryl and Lana Del Rey.

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