As anticipated matches go, few compare with this year’s UEFA Champions League Final. Boasting two English sides, Liverpool and Tottenham, BT Sport knew something unique was needed for the occasion.
“Each year, we work with an artist to tell the Champions League story. We want an artist to take the viewer on a poetic journey,” explains BT Sport’s musical supervisor Pete Kelly. “We found out that Wretch 32 was interested and he ticked every box for us. Wretch has produced ...
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