The history of what would one day become Wu-Block dates back to a song by Fat Joe called “John Blaze”, which featured both Raekwon and Jadakiss, among other rappers. This would be the first time that someone from the Clan appeared on a track with someone from the post-Bad Boy crew, The Lox, despite accusations [cont.]
This is the first track on the new Wu-Block album, which hits this Tuesday, Nov. 27th. The second track, “Drivin’ Round” is produced by Termanology.
Ghostface and Sheek Louch’s Wu-Block project will hit on Nov. 27th. Preview snippets from the project, courtesy of Youtube.
Wu-Block – the project spearheaded by Ghostface Killah and Sheek Louch, will officially drop on November 27th, and the official tracklist has finally been revealed. It looks like many of the previously released tracks are not included on the album, with additional appearances from Raekwon, Jadakiss, Cappadonna, Method Man, Styles P, Masta Killa GZA, Erykah [cont.]
The Lox and Wu-Tang’s ambitious Wu-Block project has some new cover art, seen above, and a new street date, from it’s originally projected Oct. 16 release date. The album will now hit store shelves on November 9th, on eOne Music.
We never thought this project would come together, but the Wu-Block defied our expectations. The full-length album is due Oct. 9th on eOne Music. Here’s a new version of “Stick Up Kids”. Word to the Fat Boys.
Ghost and Sheek talk with the Fuse TV about the upcoming Wu-Block album and what to expect from it. While Ghost and Sheek are the frontmen, they suggest the virtually all of the core members of the Wu-Tang Clan and The Lox appear on the full-length. Also, Ghostface is an Action Bronson fan, ironically.
Red Spyda produced track, which samples the Fat Boys’ track of the same name, featuring Ghostface Killah, Sheek Louch and Jadakiss. Album in stores October 9th.
Two of hip-hop’s most storied groups, Wu-Tang Clan and D-Block, will collaborate on a new album to be released through eOne Music. “Wu-Block,” the new street album, will be released on October 9th, 2012 and features Ghostface Killah, Sheek Louch, Method Man, Raekwon The Chef, GZA, Jadakiss, Masta Killah, and Styles P. Ghostface says, “This [cont.]
Looks like Wu-Block is coming closer to officially dropping. Here’s the first single, up at Itunes now.
Guess that Wu-Block project really is coming to fruition. Here’s something sampling the late great Barry White. Speaking of which, Ghost has used this sample before. Props to the first person to name the track he used it on….
Ghost meets up with Tim Westwood while in the UK speaking about upcoming projects Blue & Cream: The Wally Era and Wu-Block with The Lox, among other entertaining topics.
He speaks on a new cut dropping next week from the Wu-Block album, featuring Styles P, Jadakiss, Raekwon, Ghostface, and Cappadonna.
Either this is a bonus track from GFK’s Apollo Kids LP, or a cut from the mythical Wu-Block LP from Ghostface and Sheek, supposedly hitting top of 2011. [Audio clip: view full post to listen] LISTEN: Wu-Block (Ghostface + Sheek Louch) – “The Eulogy” (feat. Diego Cash, Bully) Via: FF
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