The Wu-Tang Clan's absolutely ridiculous and brilliant marketing plan to release one copy of their new album The Wu - Once Upon A Time in Shaolin and put it on exhibit at museums, only selling it to the highest bidder, has paid off remarkably well. In an interview with Billboard, RZA said that "offers came in at $2 million, somebody offered $5 million yesterday," adding "I’ve been getting a lot of emails: some from people I know, some from people I don’t know, and they’re also emailing other members of my organization."

He continued, saying “So far, $5 million is the biggest number. I don’t know how to measure it, but it gives us an idea that what we’re doing is being understood by some. And there are some good peers of mine also, who are very high-ranking in the film business and the music business, sending me a lot of good will. It’s been real positive.” Again: five million dollars for one album. I'm pretty sure for that amount of money you could bring all of the members out to Dave & Busters and party with them there, but what do I know.