Image Courtesy ScluzayRemember when the Wu-Tang Clan announced that their final album, Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, was being auctioned off? Well, with bids starting at five million dollars, the project has not been sold yet.
Their one-of-kind album, which includes all nine members on 31 tracks, is still up for grabs, according to FlavorWire.com. Back in March, the set was posted on the online auction house Paddle8 and it’s still available now. The disc took six years to make and features rare collaborations, but it will be a long time before the public hears it due to the copyright clause, written by RZA and Cilvaringz, which states that the buyer cannot release it commercially for 88 years.
In related news, the group reportedly is negotiating a partnership with Nike for a special edition of the company’s Foamposite sneakers.
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