Wugazi release second track, show their faces
Exactly one week after making a mysterious entrance onto the internets, Wugazi, the Wu-Tang and Fugazi mash-up project, has released a second track off their forthcoming 13 Chambers and offered up a few details about its origins. Though we knew Wugazi was somehow related to the Doomtree crew, we've now learned that the project is the work of MC and producer Cecil Otter and Minneapolis musician and producer Swiss Andy, who is best known around town for his work with Millionth Word, Field Guide, and the Swiss Army.
A brief description posted to Wugazi'ssite
sheds some light on their process: "A year's worth of cutting up every imaginable Fugazi record and trying out every Wu-Tang acapella they could get their hands on, resulted inWugazi: 13 Chambers
Photo by Ben LaFond
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