During the promo runs with Ghostface Killah for the upcoming Wu-Block project, Sheek reveals to MTV that Swizz Beatz and DJ Khaled will be executive producing the long-awaited follow up to 2000's We Are The Streets. Another interesting tidbit that came from the brief clip is that Lil Wayne tried to sign the trio as well. Talk about a bullet dodged with that decline..

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  • who cares

    smh C'mon man. Swizz makes the same beats over and over, and Khaled... well Khaled is Khaled.

  • $$$

    Someone in management made an oops.

  • Lynxie Krueger

    THEY MUST BE DESPERATE BUT TO BE HONEST I DONT THINK THE ALBUM WILL EVER COME OUT NOW

  • realtalk™

    They finally decide to make an album again and they have the 2 wackest people in the industry executive produce it? WEAK

  • http://www.timeismoney.com about time

    its always been a question of how are they going to get it out and get paid off it. Lets be real they got ripped off on their early deals in the industry they came in before the ringtone rap when everyone got shitty deals. Styles has had his underground lane popping for a min and jada the features this been bubbling below the surface for awhile. Believe when sheek says they already got bangers they just been in need of a deal they can get that loot.

  • http://mindinversion.net Alteez

    They certainly didn't dodge a bullet working with Khaled and Swizz. Because of those two, this album will be trash. It's too bad, I was really looking forward to this project too.

  • Weeping To Myself [Whilst Playing Recognize]

    NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOooooooooooooooooooooo.........

  • Keebo

    Seriously two of tho most annoying producers in the game