Greenstreets Entertainment Representative Says "Wu Block 2" Cover Art & Tracklist Information Is Unofficial

EXCLUSIVE UPDATE: A Greenstreets Entertainment representative says "Wu-Block 2's" cover art and tracklisting information is unofficial.

Wu Block, which consists of members of Wu-Tang Clan and D-Block, released the cover art for its upcoming project, Wu Block 2, according to several sources, including DDotOmen.

The group also revealed the tracklisting for the project, which is set to include Ghostface Killah, Lox and Cappadonna, among others, according to reports. 

Wu Block released its first album in 2012. The project received 3.5 out of 5 in its HipHopDX review. "From mic to plug, Wu Block is a vintage Rap release only lacking in invention," HipHopDX said at the time. "Ghost and Sheek have made these songs repeatedly their entire career, only this time they created them together. And that’s all right."

1. "Cappa Wu Block" f. Cappadonna

2. "Wu Block Biznez" f. Ghostface Killah & Sheek Louch

3. "Big Money" f. Ghostace Killah & Sheek Louch

4. "Guns on Em" f. Sheek Louch

5. "Ain’t Coming From Class" f. Solomon Childs & Sheek Louch

6. "Wanted Dead Or Alive" f. Cappadonna & Solomon Childs

7. "Put Ya Hands Up" f. Ghostface Killah & Sheek Louch

8. "South Beach" f. Ghostface Killah & Sheek Louch

9. "Die Tonight" f. Sheek Louch & Styles P

10. "Aura" f. Killah Priest, Masta Killa & Ghostface Killah

11. "Drivin Round" f. Sheek Louch, Ghostface Killah, Masta killa & GZA

12. "Do U Like It" f. Ghostface Killah & Sheek Louch

13. "Come Get Some" f.Ghostface Killah & Sheek Louch

14. "Throw It Up" f. Sheek Louch

(March 22, 2014)

UPDATE: A Greenstreets Entertainment representative has issued the following statement to HipHopDX regarding Wu Block 2's cover art and tracklisting. 

"We weren't ready to make an announcement," the representative says in an exclusive statement to HipHopDX. "The distributor jumped the gun. That art and tracklist was for discussion purposes [and] not official."

The representative says the label is "prob[ably]" set to make an official announcement regarding this project next week. 

RELATED: Wu-Tang Clan & D-Block - Wu Block


  • Hidden By Leaves

    Hopefully that tracklist is indeed a sham because it reads like a compilation of throwaways from the first joint. Verses from Rae, Jada, Cappa & Styles are all crucial.

  • EarthToneDaProducer

    this looks like a ghost and sheek LP...

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  • 1000W

    Why post this if its fake....that is what unofficial means rite? I hope another project is in the works though...Wu-Block was dope as fuck...still in the rotation

  • Anonymous

    would love to see more members of both groups getting in on the next one

  • johnjohnphenom

    No shit. Someone heard wu-block 2 and busted their nut early. Can't wait for the actual sequel though, gone be fire. WU-BLOCK!!!

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  • Anonymous

    I hope they tellin the truth now, otherwise Sheek and Ghost are both bitch niccas for keepin Jada, Rae, Meth and Killa Priest out the album

  • jonh

    Excited for this. The first one was fire. This looks like leftovers/lower budget, but it will still be good.

  • List of Niggas That Should Get Together

    Kanye and Rick Ross for that G.O.O.D. MMG album Young Jeezy and T.I. for that Corporate Hustle Entertainment album Jim Jones and Tony Yayo for that Dip-Unit album (shout out to J dirty) Nas and Jay for that Ill Nation album Mobb Deep & CNN for that Infamous War Report album French and Gucci for that Coke Squad album Kendrick and Wayne for that Top Money album (shout out to Selena's Hipanic Ass Ghost)

  • imho

    call me crazy but this seems like a sheek louch/ghostface collabo..

  • Anonymous


  • Anonymous

    Yo who the fuck is this solomon nikka, and how come y'all put this fuck ass no-name muthaphuka on four tracks and keep method man, rza, raekwon and killa priest out the WHOLE project?!?!?

    • Anonymous

      "it's obvious you're not an WU fan" EXACTLY, it's obvious I'm not on Wu's dick like you niggas

    • Yo anon.

      U mad bro?u made the same hating ass coments like 9 times already get a life and shut the fuckup

    • Anonymous

      solomon childs A.K.A KILLA BAMZ dude been here since the pillage album so go do the math dumb fuck and quit talking shit it's obvious you're not an WU fan but still got your mouth open

    • Anonymous

      yea soloman is from ghostface thoedore unit he dope

    • Harlem's Reckoning

      Solomon Childs, son. He's been on multiple Wu Tang projects, including Theodore Unit's "718" and Wu Massacre. It's apparent your not up to speed on the Wu Tang family. Get up to speed or quit complaining.

  • Anonymous

  • lol

    lol, this looks like a sheek louch & ghostface collabo album

  • Anonymous

    Wayne and Kendrick Q should get toghether and do a Young Dawg album

  • adrian street


  • support real mc's niggas on the grind or comeup

    Dope as fuck this came outta no where always support ghostface n any lox members that last wu-block album was fuckin crazy lot of ppl slept on it I couldn't give a fuck I had that shit banging for months. Couple them track names I heard of b4 so this might not even be legit if its real they got my money no doubt. Mostly sheek n ghost makes sense they been touring together off the first album non-stop

  • Anonymous

    Jadakiss must have been on vacation.

    • Anonymous

      Or mabybe he's so weak/irrelevant/shitty not even his peoples are looking for collaborating with him.

  • OCNigga

    No kiss? raekwon? method? wtf is wrong with these niggas? who's this soloman nigga?

  • drake run rap

    drake already outsold all of wu-tang with his first album in little more than two years and is just as critically acclaimed and even more respected than they ever were drake is the official face of hip-hop look up the numbers

  • J dirty

    So if Tony Yayo and Jim Jones do a album together and call it "Dip-Unit"or "G-Set" its all good?..I was hopin for more members involved on this one.Shhek and Ghost shoulda just made there own group if there goin this route

    • Bulletproof Wallets

      They went this route 2 years ago when Sheek and GFK made the group. It's just them. Always has been.

  • Bulletproof Wallets

    Wu Block IS ONLY Ghostface and Sheek, the rest are just guest spots. "Drivin Round" was on the first album, too. And I agree more GFK is never a bad thing. Dude is cementing his legacy as one of the greatest lyricists the game has ever seen. Can't wait for this.

  • Solid

    Can't believe some of y'all are complaining about a project like this. I thought way too many people slept on the first one. To me it was another classic for my collection from my 2 favorite groups of all time. It still gets heavy rotation and I bet this one even without Jadakiss, Rae, or Deck will be just as dope or if not better. More Sheek Louch and Ghostface is never a bad thing. Y'all forget that it was originally supposed to be them 2 on the album and then they added their crews to give it more appeal. Looking forward to this release. 2014 gonna be a very memorable year in Hip Hop. Onyx album just dropped, Mobb Deep coming soon, The Lox album, Wu-Tang, CNN, Raekwon F.I.L.A. album coming, Styles P Phantom and The Ghost project coming soon. No complaints over here. Let's Go!!!

    • Rozay O'Donnell

      1)I am not a groupie, I am Rick Ross' close confidante & ghostwriter. 2)Yes, those artists may have paved the way for the rappers of today, however, it's unfair to criticize the newer generation just because they want to be creative and cross other boundaries. Music is about evolving and willing to experiment with new things. I'm sorry to tell you this, gentlemen, but music can't always be aggressive & machismo. Sometimes the people want to have fun and party, so that's why it's good to collaborate with artists such as Katy Perry (Juicy J) & Tim Mcgraw (Nelly). It's not selling out, it's learning to test the waters and see what catches the people's attention.

    • Anonymous

      yall getting trolled by a white teenage rick ross groupie.

    • D-Block n WU-Tang GOAT crews

      fuck yea lot of dope albums on the way niggas worried bout sales lmao id rather be the few who listen to that real shit than u officer ricky wale fuck-boys following whos got a buzz.

    • Anonymous

      yeah, the mainstream targets the young and naive, these clowns rap at them without dropping a jewel saying i got mine get yours. A very unfortunate way to misguide a whole generation Rozay O'Donnell

    • MC YeFFa

      fo real Solid.These heads don't know. Talking about numbers. Homiez attention @Rozay attention span got smashed by mainstream numbers haha. Square

    • Solid

      Lmao Is that you Gunplay? Sticking up for your triple clown set. I'm not even gonna bother going back and forth with you because you obviously don't know what you talking about. But just know that all them artists you calling fossils helped paved the way for them clowns you worship to even exist. So be thankful because without their co-signs that fat fraud would be a nobody trying to sound like Big. All them groups I mentioned are considered legends in credible circles. That's due to them staying true to their sound and who they are without ever selling their souls like that fraud you idolize. And if internal problems "plagued" each of their groups then why are they still making music together and have never broken up? FOH you Bozo ass nigga. Don't just comment to comment. But then again that's what trolls do.

    • J Dirty

      Ross sells because the mainstream has a buncha lil niggas that dont know shit brainwashed..same with Kanye,Cheif Keef,and 90% of these other garbage rappers doin numbers.Hip hop these days has little to do with Mic Skills and is more of a popularity contest...Why the fuck u think Juicy J is doin tracks with Miley Cyrus?U think real hood niggas buyin that shit?No Fuckin Way.Only people buyin music these days for the most part are lil white girls lookin for singles to shake there asses too.

    • blah uno

      @rozay O'Donnell, rick ross is the same age as all those artists from the 90s, but why didn't he cut it back then when lyrics meant a whole lot?

    • Rozay O'Donnell

      And I suppose that you do? Are you some type of accountant or something? I doubt that a nerd like you hadn't considered the value of a terrible CD. Once Wu Block is released, more than likely, the value of said dollar will keep decreasing until none of the major brands such as Walmart or Kmart will want nothing to do with it, then you'll find the disc somewhere in the bargain bin of your nearest record store, selling for only one dollar. You can't feed your family off of that tiny bit of money. Oh, and by the way, I am the same age as Rick Ross, so I suggest you thoroughly do your research before you try to "call someone out". Ha. Onyx, Mobb Sleep, Wu Tang, and The Lox used to be quality rappers until internal problems plagued each of their groups, not to mention having to deal with the shift of the times changing. As a real artist, one must learn to adapt to the ever changing climate of the music industry which is something these old washed up fossils have failed to do. Ross, on the other hand, is a chameleon who has created an empire and is adaptable to the situation at hand. Now put that in your pipe and smoke it.

    • Solid

      First of all as a fan I can give a fuck about record sales. It's always about the music to me. Triple C's are trash, their boss is a fraud, and lyrically they can't stand next to anybody I mentioned above. How can you even put them Triple Clowns in the same conversation as these legends is where I'm lost. And just so you know this Wu Block album will probably be released independently like the first one which means they get more money per unit sold. I'd say around $7-$8 per album. So if they sell $50-$100,000 that's still a very successful outing. Do your research before you start talking about sales. A lot of you young mothafuckas like to throw numbers around like y'all know what y'all talking about but don't have a clue how the game works or what artist get per unit sold on an indie and a major. There's a big difference.

    • Rozay O'Donnell

      What I mean to say is that their new albums won't sell that much. At the very least, I predict they will sell hundreds or thousands of units. Triple C's sold 12,000 in the first week and their album was absolute fire. Torch is a great lyricist and all, but so is Gunplay, as is Rick Ross.

    • Solid

      Son just kill yourself. You sound stupid right now. Those albums I mentioned are all dropping this year. With the exception of Onyx none of those projects even came out yet but are all scheduled for release this year. And in case you didn't know that Onyx album is fire!!! Did you really just say Triple C's?? You must not be aware that it's coming back to lyrics. Ain't nobody checking for them triple clowns. Only real nigga in that entire group is Torch and that's only cause he from Bronx. FOH you troll. I see you like fraud music.

    • micfuna

      I agree with Solid, More Sheek Louch and Ghost is never a bad thing. Looking forward to this release

    • Rozay O'Donnell

      All the albums you mentioned pretty much tanked, flopped, and/or went unnoticed. Just a bunch of bummy, old New York rappers still stuck in the nineties. Triple C's sold way more units than those clowns ever did, especially since they only released one album with little to no promotion.

  • Anonymous

    no rae,inspecta deck, method man,rza,or jadakiss

  • Anonymous

    with this tracklist i think there is no more wu tang clan album together

  • Anonymous

    wheres the fucking lox album they some peices of shit i knew it wasnt coming

  • pewpew

    is it just me or is jadakiss missing from this track listing.



  • Not Impressed

    What kind of low budget garbage is this? Are they really going to reuse that awful cover again and just change the date and color to black instead of white? You can't be serious. I didn't even know this was coming out, no promo whatsoever. I bet it's just a rushed compilation of songs left over from the last album too. Very sloppy. I'm not impressed

    • Anonymous

      how he teach jay how to rhyme when jay was putting out albums and chillin with Biggie back when William was still locking niggas in cells, slapping cuffs on them and making em bend over to get their cracks searched, UGHH!

    • Rozay O'Donnell

      Solid, did I not just say that he taught Jay how to rhyme? C'mon, stop ya reading comprehension up, doggie. Ross is all about that shit you mentioned because he lived that life. That's all he knows. He tells it in a clever and intricate way. I don't see people complaining when Hov spits about the same, tired topics.

    • Solid

      @ Rozay O'Donnell See that's the difference between us. Y'all young boyz care too much about record sales and artwork. I care about the music and lyrical content of an album. Y'all saw a work of art on his album cover but all I saw was a bunch of pink and fluorescent colors that don't do nothing for me just like the songs on that were on it. No substance at all. Just fake boss talk about money, cars, hoes, jewelry, and his love for Miami. FOH that's so lame and old already. Besides nobody is buying into his story anymore.

    • Rozay O'Donnell

      Mastermind's cover is a work of art, much like a lot of his albums.

    • Anonymous

      Nigga did you see the cover for Mastermind?

    • Rozay O'Donnell

      @Solid Rick Ross has gone gold countless times, sold countless ringtones & singles, has the most number one albums of any rapper right this minute, runs a successful record label full of equally successful artists, and owns a chain of Wingstop restaurants across the country. Not to mention, he is the single greatest emcee on this planet. In fact, he's the one who taught Jay Z how to rhyme & even schooled Nas about that Tec on the dresser. Now if that doesn't hold weight, I don't know what else does.

    • Solid

      @Rozay O'Donnell Nah only thing that's predictable are your corny ass comments that hold no weight on here. Tell ya man Rick Ross stop living another man's life and to give him back his name because the real Ross doesn't approve of frauds or anybody for that matter glorifying a lifestyle he doesn't choose to live anymore. That Mastermind album was trash and Jeezy killed him on their collab record together. Ross is about to be over!!!

    • Rozay O'Donnell

      Not Impressed is right, though. It's a lazy ass cover art job. New York rappers these days are pretty predictable when it comes to sequels.

    • Anonymous

      he bitching about the cover like he was ever gonna buy it anyway

    • Anonymous

      1. Consider this promo 2. Who gives a fuck about the cover? If you don't like it, make your own. It's 2014.

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