Fugazi and the Wu-Tang Clan may hail from two very different genres – punk rock and hip-hop, respectively – but they're both among the most widely respected and thoroughly uncompromising acts of the Nineties. The geniuses behind the Wugazi project have found a way to merge the surreal, head-spinning lyricism of the Wu with the intense rhythms of Fugazi, resulting in a series of seamless mash-ups that rise above the status of mere novelty. In this exclusive preview from Wugazi's first mixtape 13 Chambers – which will be available for free tomorrow on Wugazi.com – producers Cecil Otter and Swiss Andy blend Ghostface Killah and Ne-Yo's 2006 single "Back Like That" with the Washington, D.C. quartet's "Slo Crostic," a cut from the soundtrack to Jem Cohen's Fugazi documentary Instrument.
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