Wu Block is a collaborative studio album by American rappers Ghostface Killah (of Wu-Tang Clan) and Sheek Louch (of D-Block). Louch announced the album in 2011, in an interview. The album was released on November 27, 2012, by E1 Music. The album features guest appearances from Raekwon, Jadakiss, Cappadonna, Method Man, Styles P, Masta Killa, GZA, Erykah Badu and Inspectah Deck.
It’s hard to hate on pioneers for doing what they pioneered. Nick De Molina of XXL gave the album an L, saying "Wu-Block stays true to its roots and makes no compromises in pursuit of airplay.
Wu Block is a collaborative studio album by American rappers Ghostface Killah and Sheek Louch. In February 2011, Sheek Louch stated that he and Ghostface Killah were about 8 songs deep into the album.
However, on Wu Block he seems to lack the same flair that he had as recently as 2010 on solo album Apollo Kids. Wu Block alternately sees Ghost rehashing lines, such as the scuffed Nikes line on Pour tha Martini that is almost directly lifted from 2006’s Yolanda’s House, showing his trademark sense of humor- I do hood yoga/ I pull muscles counting money, and just yelling non-sequiters pulling all-nighters/give me 50 pushups. He has occasional moments of reverie, like on Comin For Ya Head when he mentions that if he sneezes my lost nostril could rip, but few of the lyrics indicate that he’s still the drug deal from 4E that he claims to be. Sheek Louch reports on Crack Spot Stories that Starks is chilling in his robe and on Pull the Cars Out, Ghostface testifies that he has two treadmills and a pullup bar.
Wu Block brings together members of D-Block and Wu Tang fronted by Ghostface Killah and Sheek Louch . Listen to songs from the album The Seven, including "Poets and Gangstas," "Brown Guys," "Nine Point Five (feat. Sheek Louch, Jadakiss & NIKO IS)," and many more. Free with Apple Music subscription.
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