Made in Brooklyn is the second solo studio album by Wu-Tang Clan member Masta Killa. The album was released on August 8, 2006, by Nature Sounds. Recording sessions took place during 2004 to 2006. Production was handled by Pete Rock, Bronze Nazareth, Whyz Ruler and MF Doom, as well as guest appearances from all the other seven surviving Wu-Tang Clan members. The album peaked at number 176 on the US Billboard 200.
By: Masta Killa (2006, Hip Hop). More albums from Masta Killa: Loyalty Is Royalty by Masta Killa. No Said Date by Masta Killa. Selling My Soul by Masta Killa. View all albums . Made In Brooklyn. By: Masta Killa (2006, Hip Hop). 4. It’s What It Is. 5. Nehanda & Cream.
Features Song Lyrics for Masta Killa's Made In Brooklyn album. Older Gods Part 2 Lyrics. Masta Killa Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.
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Masta Killa is probably the most unknown and mysterious member of the Wu-Tang Clan. When „Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) was released in 1993, Masta was the most unexperienced member of the clan when compared to the other 8 members. He only perfomed one verse on the clan’s debut, the last verse of „Da Mystery Of Chessboxin’. Although there is no production provided by RZA, the album is as good as „No Said Date, perhaps even better. Made In Brooklyn also features all eight original Wu members. The samples from Kung-Fu films are also used on the album, giving it that great atmosphere that was there with such Wu solo classics like „Liquid Swords and „Only Built 4 Cuban.
Made in Brooklyn (2006). Album by Masta Killa. It's What It Is by Masta Killa feat. Raekwon and Ghostface Killah. Body Vibes by Ohio Players (1977). Street Corner by Masta Killa feat. GZA and Inspectah Deck. Street Corners by Bronze Nazareth feat. Solomon Childs and Byata (2005). was remixed in. Street Corners (MF Doom Remix) by MF DOOM (2006). Older Gods Part 2 by Masta Killa and Popa Wu feat. Quadeer U Allah, Allah B and Allah Sha Sha (2006).
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CreditsGhostface Killah - Composer, Primary Artist
GZA - Composer, Primary Artist
Devin Horwitz - Executive Producer
Jamel Irief - Audio Production
Killa Sin - Composer, Primary Artist
Masta Killa - Composer, Primary Artist
Method Man - Composer, Primary Artist
Raekwon - Composer, Primary Artist
RZA - Composer, Primary Artist
Michael Sarsfield - Mastering
Frenchie Sartell - Composer, Primary Artist
U-God - Composer, Primary Artist
The Victorious Gospel Jubilees - Composer, Primary Artist
Wu-Tang Clan - Composer, Primary Artist
Young Prince - Composer, Primary Artist
|1||Then and Now Young Prince||Masta Killa feat: Young Prince||3:32|
|2||E.N.Y. House Masta Killa||Masta Killa||2:36|
|3||Brooklyn King Masta Killa||Masta Killa||2:39|
|4||It's What It Is Wu-Tang Clan / Masta Killa / Ghostface Killah / Raekwon||Masta Killa feat: Wu-Tang Clan / Ghostface Killah / Raekwon||3:23|
|5||Nehanda & Cream Masta Killa||Masta Killa||4:11|
|6||Iron God Chamber Wu-Tang Clan / Masta Killa / Method Man / RZA / U-God||Masta Killa feat: Wu-Tang Clan / Method Man / RZA / U-God||3:50|
|7||Pass the Bone [Remix] GZA / RZA||Masta Killa||4:04|
|8||Older Gods, Pt. 2 Masta Killa||Masta Killa||5:24|
|9||Let's Get into Something Masta Killa / Frenchie Sartell||Masta Killa feat: Frenchie Sartell||4:00|
|10||Street Corner Wu-Tang Clan / GZA / Masta Killa||Masta Killa feat: Wu-Tang Clan / GZA||4:13|
|11||Ringing Bells Masta Killa||Masta Killa||3:13|
|12||East M.C.'s The Victorious Gospel Jubilees / Masta Killa / Killa Sin||Masta Killa feat: The Victorious Gospel Jubilees / Killa Sin||5:00|
|13||Lovely Lady||Masta Killa||5:12|