Fans can buy the Cream version — which includes a five-track adaption of the LP — for $240, while the Black version — which includes ten songs — is priced at $360.
Along with the exclusive music, fans of the legendary Wu-Tang Clan emcee will gain access to “Video documentaries, direct meetings with the crew, and exclusive concerts,” as per the official Stem Player website.
Additionally, before the mysterious LP’s release, Ghostface and SP are offering a free stream of a track entitled “6 Minutes” on the official website, allowing fans to test out the digital device’s sound isolation capabilities. The track will be free to stream until Tuesday (Jan. 10), and the Stem Player itself is set to ship in Feb. 2023.
Ye is currently being sued by Boogie Down Productions, with the controversial artist being accused of sampling KRS-One’s song “South Bronx” for his track “Life Of The Party.” TMZ reported that the production company never allowed West to utilize the song for his exclusive release.
Boogie Down’s suit is looking to obstruct further use of their song in the Ye track and wants the artist to fork over any of its profits.