Excision, Wooli and Tape B Are Cooking Up a Seismic Collaboration

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One other chapter within the colossal duo of Wooli and Excision is about to unfold, and rising bass music star Tape B is becoming a member of the trouble. 

Letting the mammoth mission out of the bag, Wooli took to X to share a photograph of the three producers ordering sushi to the studio following a session.

The collaborative providing guarantees to ship a trifecta of distinctive kinds. Excision and Wooli’s storied historical past has yielded earth-shaking collaborations together with “Titans, “One other Me” and “Zombie,” among many others. Meanwhile, beloved for his deft sampling and genre-blending mastery, Tape B is navigating the intersection of hip-hop and bass music with effortless precision. His ability to seamlessly traverse the intersection of hip-hop and bass music adds a dynamic edge.

Tape B’s prior collaboration with Wooli on “Dopamine” reimagined an iconic Etta James sample into a nostalgic dubstep anthem, showcasing their headbang-worthy synergy. There’s now no doubt fans are eager to see if they can repeat history alongside Excision, one of dubstep’s most influential artists.

A release date for the forthcoming collaboration has not yet been revealed at the time of this writing.

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