Masta Killer Enlists Wu-Tang Clan, Top Producers For ‘Made In Brooklyn’

Wu-Tang Clan’s

Masta Killer is preparing to release his second solo album, titled Made In

Brooklyn.

The album is the

follow up to the rapper’s debut, No Said Date, which hit stores in 2004.

The album features

appearances from each original member of the Wu-Tang Clan and boasts production

by M.F. Doom, PF Cuttin, Bronze Nazareth, Pete Rock and others.

According to Masta

Killa, the album was inspired by New York’s largest borough, Brooklyn.

"It’s basically

the same formula as No Said Date, but with more of a Brooklyn swagger,"

Masta Killa told AllHipHop.com in a statement. "It’s a piece of me, where

I come from and a dedication to the MC’s, producers and the people from the

neighborhood.”

Made In Brooklyn

hits stores on August 8. Below is the entire tracklisting:

1.) Then And Now

2.) E.N.Y. House

(Produced By M.F. Doom)

3.) Brooklyn King

(Produced By Dev 1)

4.) Its What It

Is f/Raekwon & Ghostface (Produced By PF Cuttin)

5.) Nehanda &

Cream

6.) Iron God Chamber

f/ U-God, RZA & Method Man (Produced By Whyse)

7.) Pass The Bone

(Remix)

8.) Older Gods

Pt.2 (Produced by Pete Rock)

9.) Let’s

Get Into Something

10.) Street Corner

f/RZA & INS Deck

11.) Ringing Bells

(produced by Bronze Nazareth)

12.) East MC’s

f/Free Murder & Killa Sin

13.) Lovely Lady

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