It's getting hard to keep up with Wu-Tang Clan’s new album, Once Upon A Time In Shaolin.
We've heard for a while that there would only be a single copy of the album, presented to the highest bidder, and that the album would be put on display at museums. Then, this week, RZA broke the news that, "the right to release the album would be transferred only after 88 years have passed."
But now RZA is trying to clear things up -- again.
See, apparently, it's not that fans won't be able to hear the album for nearly a century -- just that it won't be allowed to be re-sold.
Y'all misinformed homies better go roll that sHhh light that Shhh and smoke that shhh and calm down. Y'all falling for the pork in the bun— RZA! (@RZA) March 5, 2015
I'm always prepared to correct my wrongs thus Positive education always correct errors. But u tweeticons have been misinformed & believe :(— RZA! (@RZA) March 5, 2015
I'm really enjoying the discussion you guys are having out there. You express your discontent of not be able to hear album...yet ....— RZA! (@RZA) March 5, 2015
A lot of you are not listening to what is already in front of you. This has always been a Single album concept. No surprises. #new idea— RZA! (@RZA) March 5, 2015
If anyone can phantom that I don't care about Wu fans are zoning out. Try to count the years days and hours we gave and continue to give. :(— RZA! (@RZA) March 5, 2015
And there you have it: You might be able to hear the album in this lifetime, after all.