Movies With Milan: RZA Explains Why Wu-Tang's New One Copy Album Is Rare Art
If you're itching to get your hands on the new Wu-Tang album The Wu — Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, prepare to pay over $5 million for the only manufactured copy. Last week, they made the announcement that there would be one physical copy of the coveted LP and bidders were already offering said amount for it.
While discussion his movie Brick Mansions with the late Paul Walker, RZA explained to Milan Carter why the album is a piece of art and should be treated as such. "What makes the value of something is the rarity of it," he said about the project, which took six years to make. "The main goal of this is to change the dynamic of music."
Watch the rest of the interview up top.