Wu-Tang Clan has reportedly sold its secret one-of-a-kind double-album, Once Upon A Time In Shaolin, for a price “in the millions.”

The album was being sold by online auction house Paddle8 and though it did not reveal the buyer, according to Forbes, it is a private American collector. The sale was agreed upon in May, but finalizing contracts and legal protections took months.

The 31-track album was produced by Tarik “Cilvaringz” Azzougarh with RZA and recorded with the rest of the iconic hip-hop collective over six years, primarily in Marrakech, Morocco. As RZA explained previously, the right to release the album will be transferred only after 88 years, meaning it will likely be at least that long until the public gets to hear these songs.

Last year, it was reported Wu-Tang had received offers up to $5 million for the album.

The new purchase of Once Upon A Time In Shaolin — whatever the exact price may be — is said to be a new record for the most expensive single album ever sold.Wu-Tang Clan’s ‘Once Upon a Time in Shaolin’ Has Reportedly Sold for Millions

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