Wu-Block ft. Sheek Louch, Ghostface Killah & Jadakiss - Stick Em

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In life, there’s certain things that just don’t go well together. Take for instance religion and politics or if you really want to get fancy, Game and 50 Cent circa 2005. Thankfully, the combination of artists that is known as Wu-Block is absolutely genius. If you haven’t already been clued in by the name, Wu-Block consists of members from both Wu-Tang Clan and D-Block. The latest record from the newly formed hp-hop supergroup, Sitck Em, is an aggressive, throwback cut that features verses from Sheek Louch, Ghostface Killah and Jadakiss. Stick Em kicks off with a boom-bappish feel, but then morphs into a much different sound as producer Red Spyder adds a healthy helping of Earth-shaking bass. This newest single from Wu-Block will be featured on their self-titled LP when it’s released on October 9, via eOne Music.

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