And now in news of the rich, several months after putting it up for sale, the Wu-Tang Clan still hasn’t sold their new release, Once Upon a Time in Shaolin. Why no buyers? One lucky fan could be the sole proud owner of the iconic hip-hop group’s final album. (Yup, there’s only one in existence.) And thanks to a copyright clause designed by group member RZA, you could be the only person to hear the 31 tracks for 88 years. All those bragging rights for a mere $5 million. Time to start doing a deep dive into sofa cushions for change. Feeling flush? Join the bidding here.
Laura Studarus is a staff writer at RELEVANT. She likes catsup and pie. Now there's nothing left to discuss on the second date. Follow her on Twitter @Laura_Studarus.