Martin Shkreli is the sole owner of Wu-Tang Clan’s Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, which he purchased for $2 million late last year. The album was made to be owned by just one person, and part of the contract signed upon its release to the buyer stated that it could not be shared for the following 88 years.

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In the midst of the campaign blitz earlier this fall, Shkreli said that he’d release the album if Trump won – presumably merely to make headlines, under the assumption that the notion was completely far-fetched. Sadly, the unrealistic became a reality last night, and Trump is now the President of the United States. For that, Shkreli had to make good on his promise.

Likely because of the contract stipulations, the disgraced pharmaceutical exec only shared snippets on a live stream, as opposed to putting out the entire project. He also promised to negotiate the terms of a wider release for it.

No word on how the Wu-Tang feels about it, but you can check out the snippets below and stay tuned for updates!