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Wu-Block, is a collaborative studio album by American rappers Ghostface Killah and Sheek Louch. Louch announced the album in 2011, in an interview. The album is slated for release on November 13, 2012.

Wu-Block’s title is a portmanteau, which derives from Ghostface and Sheek’s respective groups Wu-Tang Clan and D-Block (better known as The Lox). The album was originally going to be a collaboration by various members of Wu-Tang Clan, Ghostface, Raekwon, Cappadonna and all three members of D-Block. But it ended up being narrowed down to just Ghostface and Sheek. However, the album’s title track features the original lineup, except for Cappadonna, and various members from both camps make appearances.

In 2011, Sheek stated that him and Ghostface are about 8 songs deep into the album. Guests on the album (except for various Wu-Tang members amd the rest of D-Block) have not been announced thus far. Producer Red Spyda, with whom Sheek Louch has frequently collaborated with, will produce on Wu-Block, as will RZA, Termanology, and others.

Collaboration history between the Wu-Tang Clan & The LOX (the below list does not feature the artists not from these camps, artists marked with * are mere affiliates):

1998: “John Blaze” (Jadakiss & Raekwon)
2000: “2 Tears In A Bucket” (Sheek Louch & Method Man
2002: “Good Times (I Get High) (Remix)” (Styles P & Method Man)
2003: “Run” (Ghostface Killah & Jadakiss)
2003: “Planet Of The Apes” (Raekwon & Sheek Louch)
2004: “Metal Lungies” (Ghostface Killah, Sheek Louch & Styles P)


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  • ShinobiNoRyuu

    I expected much more

    21 May 2013 Reply
  • blackpanther15

    album is a BANGER. fuck the haters [2]

    17 Feb 2013 Reply
  • MarcusAurelio

    In response (or addition) to some comments in the shoutbox below: It's decent, albeit nothing more, but then again that is how most side projects turn out. Definitely like Shaolin vs. Wu-Tang more though. In response to instantly deleting this, it doesn't really qualify for that...Nicki Minaj and Future are masterful at that though :D

    18 Dec 2012 Reply
  • NeedOfHumor

    plays this album once *deletes it from library*

    12 Dec 2012 Reply
  • wizardsbong

    The album ain't outstanding, but is it a solid offering of aggressive, modern, NYC rap. In that sense I thought it is pretty dope really.. better then Wu-Massacre or Shaolin vs. Wu-Tang anyway. Best Wu-'Collab' album since Chamber Music easily. Anyway, I'll just link a Roc Marciano tune for all those seeking for that OBFCL mafioso feel; PEACE!

    11 Dec 2012 Reply
  • son-of-hiphop

    dstyles son you can be g raps son born in queens ,or bronx with lil wane,the game,50 cent etc. in your cant teach me shit !! so if youre listenin to lil wayne , 50 cent etc. i guess its your opinion that is invalid on hip hop !!

    9 Dec 2012 Reply
  • son-of-hiphop

    Rick Ross is fake hes more cop then mafioso !! kenilla explain me the difference...i dont see it but maybe there is one !!

    9 Dec 2012 Reply
  • kenilla

    Now you are just saying that there is no sub-genres in hip hop when It comes down the sound, only that lyrics matter what kind of hip hop it is.

    8 Dec 2012 Reply
  • DStyles23

    Rick Ross brought back the mafioso genre also. When Rae did it yall where eating it up. If you're not from NYC, your opinion on hip hop is invalid. Rae praises Ross for bringing the genre back.

    8 Dec 2012 Reply
  • son-of-hiphop

    its both called hip hop/rap both rap about drugs,bitches,guns n shit both weak (this album no wu,no d block) i dont see a big difference...duuuuh ;)

    7 Dec 2012 Reply
  • kenilla

    Dude, just because they rap about the same stuff dosen't make it the same music... duuuh

    7 Dec 2012 Reply
  • In_bloom_

    I'm pretty disappointed [2]

    5 Dec 2012 Reply
  • son-of-hiphop

    i got one question for all you people who like this album !! why you guys don't listen to Rick Ross they rap about the same shit well Rick Ross talks also about food !! Most of you who are Wu-Tang and D-Block fans hate on Rick Ross but when Ghost and Sheek do the same y'all like wow that's so dope !! Even Officer Ricky is more Underground/ Real Hip Hop the this Album !!

    3 Dec 2012 Reply
  • SushiX

    Pretty dope album, alot of hate I see. If you don't like an album here's a good suggestion...turn it off and keep it movin.

    2 Dec 2012 Reply
  • kenilla

    I'm pretty disappointed...

    1 Dec 2012 Reply
  • son-of-hiphop

    i agree with Weirdo , just cos you did one or more good albums i don't have to like something that's whack !! I just refuse to suck their dick just cos they're pioneers !! Whack is Whack it aint got shit to do with hating , i like em both but just compare their solo stuff !!

    1 Dec 2012 Reply
  • WeirdoRipper

    "It’s hard to hate on pioneers for doing what they pioneered." That is such fucking bullshit. It gives artists who had one good idea the opportunity to coast for their entire careers.

    30 Nov 2012 Reply
  • CinncinatiBlood

    Yes you are hater, cuz u can say that album is not for you, so u don't like it etc. but when u call anything trash or any shiity words like this that's mean u are hater. That's quite simple.

    30 Nov 2012 Reply
  • son-of-hiphop

    Kids these days....if you don't like stuff they like you're a hater !! I think the album is 80% trash , but if you disagree i have to live with it . You got your opinion i got mine !!

    30 Nov 2012 Reply
  • p0wer_v1olence

    I'm liking it so far. Don't see all the hate, but I suck at liking good hip hop so what do I know?

    29 Nov 2012 Reply
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