Bone Thugs-N-Harmony is taking a move straight out of the Wu-Tang playbook by recording and releasing only one copy of their final album.
Earlier this year, Wu-Tang auctioned off their The Wu – Once Upon A Time In Shaolin album for five million dollars. And while many Bone fans are excited about the new project, some are questioning the distribution method since not everyone can afford to bid on it. An auction for the project is set to start at one million dollars, a steep price tag for 99.99999% of the group’s supporters.
Fortunately, Ohio artists are also planning on going on a world tour this year, so fans have that to look forward to if they’re not trying to break the bank.
As for Wu, RZA sat down with HipHollywood just before group’s final album was auctioned off. The producer described it as a rarity. “It’s more like a painting, it’s more like a sculpture. You know what I mean? It’s not just an album, it’s a work of art.”
Watch the video below to see what else RZA had to say about making a single-copy album and putting it up for sale:
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