Its first release for private sale is The Wu – Once Upon A Time In Shaolin… a new double Wu-Tang album consisting of 31 new tracks exclusively recorded with the entire Wu-Tang Clan. The album will be presented in a hand carved nickel-silver box designed by the British Moroccan artist Yahya.
You've heard of rare records before, but what Wu-Tang Clan is planning for its stealthy double album, The Wu–Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, is unprecedented. The legendary rap group will sell only one copy, encased in an engraved silver and nickel box. It will be very, very expensive.
"We're about to put out a piece of art
like nobody else has done in the history of [modern] music," the
legendary rapper said. "We're making a single-sale collector's item.
This is like somebody having the scepter of an Egyptian king."
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Out of nowhere comes the new album from Ghostface Killah and Sheek Louch, together known as Wu Block. Features on Wu Block 2 include Cappadonna, GZA, Masta Killa, Styles P, Solomon Childs, Killah Priest and Jadakiss.
The project will be released on May 20.
Wu Block 2 Tracklist:
1. Cappa Wu Block (feat Cappadonna)
2. Wu Block Biznez (feat Ghostface Killah & Sheek Louch)
3. Can’t Be Lookin 4 Me (feat The Lox)
4. Big Money (feat Ghostface Killah & Sheek Louch)
5. Guns On Em (feat Sheek Louch)
6. Ain’t Coming From Class (feat Solomon Childs & Sheek Louch)
7. Wanted Dead Or Alive (feat Cappadonna & Solomon Childs)
8. Put Ya Hands Up (feat Ghostface Killah & Sheek Louch)
9. South Beach (feat Ghostface Killah & Sheek Louch)
10. Die Tonight (feat Sheek Louch & Styles P)
11. Aura (feat Killah Priest, Masta Killa & Ghostface Killah)
12. Drivin’ Round (Remix) (feat Sheek Louch, Ghostface Killah, Masta Killa & GZA)
13. Do U Like It (feat Ghostface Killah & Sheek Louch)
14. Come Get Some (feat Ghostface Killah & Sheek Louch)
15. Throw It Up (feat Sheek Louch)
Twenty years after the Wu-Tang Clan invaded and radically altered
hip-hop, Shaolin’s finest are reuniting for one more album.
Here, a 10-part portrait of how the legendary group lives apart today. Click here