Until now, Martin Shkreli was the only one in the world to possess Wu-Tang's secret album Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, which he bought back in 2015 for a whopping $2 million.
Following his purchase, Wu member Ghostface Killah even started an aggressive twitter beef with Shkreli.
Once in possession of the album, the world's most hated man announced he would release the album publicly if Donald Trump won the election. Some exclusive Nirvana and The Beatles songs were also to be released.
If Trump wins, my entire unreleased music collection, including unheard Nirvana, Beatles, and of course, Wu-Tang, comes out, for free.— Martin Shkreli (@MartinShkreli) 27 octobre 2016
With the Republican candidate now 45th president of the United States, Shkreli kept his promise and has begun unveiling extracts of the album via live streams.
Why only extracts, though? Because the 32-year-old American entrepreneur and millionaire needs to, according to him, renegotiate the contract he signed with the legendary New-York crew in order to stream the songs in full.
The issue is that this very same contract allows him to stream the album, as long as he doesn't sell it. In 2015, the same man built his wealth and reputation by increasing the price of an HIV treatment by 5,000%.
Here are the extracts of the album so far: