Next year may just end up being quite an interesting one for Wu-Tang fans hoping to hear the group back together on a full length album. While on tour with the Wu-Tang Clan, DJ Semtex spoke with the Wu's Ghostface Killah about a variety of topics including a forthcoming group album, the upcoming Wu-Block project and more.
"Right now, I'm doing this Wu-Block project [featuring] me and D-Block," Ghost noted. "Me, Raekwon, Cappa[dona] with Jadakiss, Sheek Louch and Styles P. We going to put that together. February, [it] should be in the streets, we're going to start releasing some songs."
Longtime Wu supporters can rejoice at the fact that a new group project is also in the works for next year. The Wu-Block album may hold fans down for some time before the intended May release of the next full Wu disc. That will also lead to Ghost's next album, Supreme Clientele Presents: Blue & Cream: The Wally Era, slated for an August release.
"A Wu-Tang album should be on the streets in May. Then in August, I'ma do Blue & Cream: The Wally Era, Supreme Clientele."
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