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Biography

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)
2005: "Movie Niggas" (Sheek Louch & Ghostface Killah)
2006: "Blue Armor" (Ghostface Killah & Sheek Louch)
2006: "Ya'Meen" (Method Man & Styles P)
2006: "Where It Started At (NY)" (Jadakiss & Raekwon)
2007: "Star Of The State" (Styles P & Ghostface Killah)
2008: "Toney Sigel A.K.A. The Barrel Brothers (Remix)" (Ghostface Killah & Styles P)
2009: "Cartel Gathering" (Jadakiss, Ghostface Killah & Raekwon)
2009: "Magic City Pt. 3" (Jadakiss & Raekwon)
2009: "Gutterman Music" (Raekwon & Jadakiss)
2009: "Broken Safety" (Raekwon, Jadakiss & Styles P)
2009: "Magnum Force" (U-God & Sheek Louch)
2010: "The Eulogy" (Ghostface Killah & Sheek Louch)
2010: "Street Bullies" (Ghostface Killah & Sheek Louch)
2010: "Youngstown Heist" (Ghostface Killah & Sheek Louch)
2010: "Time Will Tell" (Styles P & Raekwon)
2010: "The Outsiderz" (Sheek Louch, Styles P & Raekwon)
2010: "Allergic To Losing" (Jadakiss & LA The Darkman*)
2011: "Gangsta Cazals" (Raekwon & Styles P)
2012: "Rich Righteous Teachers" (Jadakiss & LA The Darkman*)
2012: "Ask About Me" (Kevlaar 7*, Styles P & Bronze Nazareth*)
2013: "Fame" (U-God & Styles P)
2013: "Reckless" (Styles P & Raekwon)
2013: "Favorite Rap Stars" (Styles P & Raekwon)
2014: "90's Flow" (Ghostface Killah, Raekwon & Sheek Louch)
2014: "Shampain" (Jadakiss & Raekwon)
2015; "I Luv It" (Sheek Louch & Ghostface Killah)
2017: "The One" (Sheek Louch, Moon Crickets* & Trife Diesel*)
2017: "Rapocalypse" (Styles P, Sheek Louch, Cappadonna* & Moon Crickets*)

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