Daniel Wrigley (Born august 4th, 1986) better know by his stage name Wrigz, is an UK hip-hop and grime artist from Manchester. Wrigz earned his stripes as one the most lyrically gifted socially aware and politically insightful rappers to emerge in the last 10 years.
With his hip-hop and grime reputation in urban music built through a yearly release of mixtapes, performances and radio play, the talented lyricist soon caught the attention of some of the best and most highly respected MC's amongst the urban UK scene, such as Wiley.In the process of capitalising his growth in reputation by expanding nationwide, Wrigz was the only act outside of London to feature on The England 10 'She Likes To' track alongside, Wiley, Wretch 32, Chipmunk, Ghetts, Bashy, Griminal, Scorcher, Ice Kid & J2k.
2010 saw the artist become a member of Wiley's music collective 'A-list', shortly after featuring on their first single 'Midnight Lover', putting a stamp on the artists ability to lyrically and stylistically deliver in any urban genre. However, with very little, verging on no opportunity to progress as an individual under the wing of A-List founder Wiley, the next few years ahead would act as some what of a challenge for Wrigz whilst on the road to discovery of a slow but sure musical realisation, eventually culminating in a tour with Wiley in 2011.
With previous years documenting the considerable work done alongside Ghetts, Zdot and featuring on Wiley's album, The artists concluded 2012 with his 10th solo mixtape release entitled 'Renegade' portraying versatility in sound with the combination of mellow R&B vibes and catchy melodies, alongside hip-hop grime beats vocalled with distinctive flows bar for bar. Lyrically and literally expressing his connection to the term Renegade; Wrigz entered 2013 confidently with musical individuality after failing to agree on a deal with A list records and now with the foundation for C4 Ent set in stone, plans to continue on building with this movement will commence this year and simultaneously work alongside the artist's plans to progress as a solo musician.