Fudge is a collaboration between emcee Michael Christmas and producer Prefuse 73. 'Lady Parts' is their debut album.
Michael Christmas is a 22 year old Boston emcee who has spent the last two years dropping his debut and sophomore mixtapes and touring the USA, opening for Logic and Mac Miller.
Prefuse 73 is best known for his glitchy, abstract, instrumental hip hop. He has worked with hip hop legends Ghostface Killah, El-P, Mos Def, Mikah 9, MF DOOM and the GZA.<br/><br/>
Fudge came together during several sessions in the summer and fall of 2015 at Nick Hook's Green Point studio. Prefuse 73 brought along a hard drive full of beats. Christmas wrote to the instrumentals in the studio, and recorded the vocals the same day, as friends swung by to check it out. Some of the drop-ins at the studio ended up joining in the recording, not least D.R.A.M. who brings lifted soul vocals on "All Points South".
Months of intensive mixing followed the last Brooklyn session. Prefuse rebuilt his studio in upstate New York and set about finishing the album, making something that pays off on repeat headphone listens as well as one that bumps hard.