Cecil Otter & Swiss Andy's "Wugazi: 13 Chambers" Available Now

UPDATE: The duo has released its 13-track mashup of Wu-Tang Clan acapellas and Fugazi tracks.

Doomtree’s Cecil Otter and Swiss Andy have teamed up to release Wugazi: 13 Chambers, a mashup project that combines Wu-Tang Clan acapellas with samples culled from tracks by indie band Fugazi.

The duo, which has released several tunes from the project over the past few weeks, spent a year chopping up Fugazi tracks and pairing them with Wu vocal tracks. The result includes cuts like “Sleep Rules Everything Around Me” and “Sweet Release.”

The full offering will be released on the Wugazi website on July 13th. Preview "Sweet Release" below.

[July 11]

UPDATE: The full Wugazi: 13 Chambers is now available for free download at www.wugazi.com.

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12 Comments

  • Damien Kearney

    brilliant, a great mash up Cecil and Swiss Andy have made a classic

  • xcowardx

    Hey, that's my video right there! Haha, cool. I'm glad this project is getting quiet a bit of attention. It's pretty damn good and I've listened to the whole thing about twice today. Probably gonna be in my collection of favorites!

  • Abjekt

    I interviewed the guys recently about the project, have a look here if you want: http://www.caughtinthecrossfire.com/music/wugazi-the-interview/

  • dockevoc

    mash ups are fucking gay...that beetles shit was cool - and I would never listen to it again

  • doomtree

    time to let it be known from the bottom of the bottle to the top of the throne, fuck ya'llz!

  • Anonymous

    i hope they arent going to try and charge money for this, seeing as how all they really did was take two artists works and blend them together but fugazi is dope and wu-tang is dope

  • Que

    Who the fuck are these guys? Why are they fucking with Wu tracks?

    • Pat Neeland

      Honestly, who gives a fuck if they're messing with Wu tracks if they make it sound good? The side effect of this like this is that it makes people revisit the older Wu shit, and possibly score a few more album sales from it. Guaranteed when that Beatles shit came out, there were a few new Wu converts, and a few sales of 36 Chambers and Forever had to have happened in the wake.

    • nuc

      ohh man thats sad, a "hiphop head" mad that two unknowns touched his precious Wu catalog go to your homework on cecil otter, and doomtree! dope project, by two hiphopper that care about making quality.

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