You will soon be able to purchase stock in part of Eminem's lengthy musical catalog now that a new company called Royalty Flow has announced they have acquired a percentage of the rapper's masters. They bought music from 1999-2013, which features albums like The Slim Shady LP, The Marshall Mathers LP and The Eminem Show to name a few.

After buying their share from the producers who first signed Eminem, Jeff and Mark Bass and their manager Joel Martin, the company plans to list the songs on the public stock exchange, where anyone can get their hands on it.

Eminem however, isn't involved in the behind-the-scenes movements. "Eminem is not involved in any deals for the sale of recording royalties and has no connection to this company. The decision to offer the royalty stream for sale or otherwise was made independently by a third party who retains royalties for an early portion of his catalog and Eminem was not consulted," his rep said.