Duck Sauce's third single, Big Bad Wolf, was released on September 23rd 2011 on 3 Beat Records. The official video for Big Bad Wolf immediately went viral upon its release, with some even calling it the most disturbing video of 2011. A-Trak explains: "When Keith [Schoffield] came up with this idea of 'crotchfaces,' we just thought it was hilarious, he started coming up with all these gags and describing the characters living in this sort of parallel world, and we were sold. He wasn't sure if we'd be down to play the leads, but our take on this was, if we're going to do this, we need to go all the way. So we played the dickheads, essentially."
Duck Sauce are A-Trak and Armand Van Helden, and have released the massive singles Barbra Streisand and aNYway. Armand Van Helden has already experienced much success, with his most famous song My My My charting worldwide. He also produced and collaborated with British rapper Dizzee Rascal on his hit single Bonkers. A-Trak is known for being the youngest winner of the DMCs World DJ Championship in 1997, at the age of 15. He has since won the competition a further four times. He has since worked with Kanye West, Travis Barker, Kid Cudi and the late DJ AM.
Big Bad Wolf has received huge support from well known DJs such as Calvin Harris, Zane Lowe, Basement Jaxx and Fatboy Slim.
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