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Why Wretch 32 Is An Inspiration For Dreamers

This one is for the Dreamers, the achievers, the 9-5ers and the can't get a break-ers. If ever you needed one, Tottenham-based rapper Wretch 32 should be your reason to never give up chasing your dream. Born in 1985, Wretch has definitely seen his fair share of trials and tribulations judging by his music. And after a string of successful hit albums and singles including; Wretchrospective, Black and White, Don't Go and Traktor, Wretch was on the map. The north London artist has been smashing the scene for well over a decade but as of late, his recent hits such as Antwi, Liberation and All A Dream have put him in a league of his own. This week he released...

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Marcus Rashford: The 18-year-old striker with a bright future #Dreameroftheweek

Despite Manchester United having what can only be described as a dreadful season under Van Gaal - it feels only appropriate to shine a light on their silver lining, Marcus Rashford.  It's safe to say that the young Manchester United starlet enjoyed a dream debut season   In the Red's senior squad - racking up eight goals in 17 appearances.  At just 18-years-old, Rashford, who joined from United's academy - wowed sceptics, neutrals and die-hard fans alike with some exceptional performances this season.  Rashford's unlikely rise through the ranks at Old Trafford – and inclusion in Hodgson's provisional Euro 2016 squad – are testament to the belief that with a dream, hard work and determination - anything is achievable -...

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Leicester City: From Relegation woes to Premier League Champions #Dreamersoftheweek

Premier league minnows Leicester City proved it pays to dream big earlier this week as they stunned the nation by winning the clubs first ever Premier League title in the clubs 132-year history.  Despite picking up a draw at Old Trafford on Sunday and being seven points clear at the top of the table, the Foxes were no doubt praying that Chelsea would be their lifeline in Monday's game against Spurs.  A late strike from Hazard meant Spurs could only muster a point from their London derby - but it was enough for Leicester City to be crowned champions.  A year ago, the new Premier League winners were battling relegation at the other end of the table after being promoted...

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Dreamers Discussion Part 1 with Radio 1 xtra's Austin Daboh

In our first Dreamers Club interview – we spoke to music manager at BBC 1XTRA, Austin Daboh. Austin shares with us his story – from how he started out rapping (terribly), to deciding that he prefers life behind the scenes as one of the key players at BBC1XTRA. Whilst focusing on his personal journey Austin gives some key tips on how to stay focused in chasing your dream,thinking outside of the box and why its important to also keep the dreams realistic. Please click on the image below to listen to the interview! Stay Dreaming!

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