Wu-Tang Clan member Masta Killa will on Aug. 8 issue his sophomore album, "Made in Brooklyn," via Nature Sounds.

Wu-Tang Clan member Masta Killa will on Aug. 8 issue his sophomore album, "Made in Brooklyn," via Nature Sounds. The set features appearances from the entire Wu-Tang Clan, including RZA, Ghostface Killah, Raekwon and Method Man. MF Doom, Pete Rock and PF Cuttin are among the album's producers.

"It's basically the same formula as [my first album] 'No Said Date' but with more of a Brooklyn swagger," says Masta Killa. "It's a piece of me, where I come from and a dedication to the MCs, producers and the people from the neighborhood."

Masta Killa first appeared on Wu-Tang's 1993 debut "Enter The 36 Chambers." He has been featured on each of the group's albums, as well solo efforts by Raekwon, Ghostface Killah and GZA.

Wu-Tang will regroup for a host of live dates later this summer as part of the Tribute to ODB tour, beginning Aug. 3 in Phoenix. An Aug. 17-18 stand at New York's Webster Hall is also on tap.

Here is the track list for "Made in Brooklyn":

"Then and Now"
"E.N.Y. House"
"Brooklyn King"
"It's What It Is" featuring Raekwon & Ghostface
"Nehanda & Cream"
"Iron God Chamber" featuring U-God, RZA & Method Man
"Pass the Bone (Remix)"
"Older Gods Pt. 2"
"Let's Get Into Something"
"Street Corner," featuring RZA & Inspectah Deck
"Ringing Bells"
"East MC's" featuring Free Murder & Killa Sin
"Lovely Lady"