Wu-Tang Clan Sell Just ONE COPY Of Their New Album For Millions Of Dollars — And You Won't Get To Hear It For Almost A Century!
Wu-Tang Clan finally sold their secret one-of-a-kind album Once Upon A Time In Shaolin — but don't expect to be able to stream it anytime soon.
Because there is only one copy of the album in existence, and it was snagged by an anonymous buyer who bought it for millions of dollars!
According to online auction house Paddle8, the album by the surviving members of the rap collective was sold to an unidentified American buyer for "an undisclosed figure in the millions."
The 31-track record is housed in a hand-carved box with a 174-page leather bound manuscript "printed on gilded Fedrigoni Marina parchment."
But fans will have to wait a long time to get their hands it — because the record can't be publicly released for 88 years!
Band member Robert Fitzgerald Diggs aka RZA explained the